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2014 NSWTA Country Championships

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first_imgThe 2014 New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) Country Championships will be held at Thomas Dalton Park, Wollongong on Saturday, 25 October and Sunday, 26 October 2014. 70 teams from country areas across New South Wales will travel to Wollongong for the two day event to compete across nine divisions – Men’s Open, Women’s Open/30’s, Mixed Open, Women’s 20’s, Men’s 30’s/35’s, Men’s 40’s/45’s, Women’s 40’s/45’s, Men’s 50’s/55’s and Senior Mixed. The event has moved in 2014 from its previous timing in late May until October, proving to be perfect preparation for country affiliates in the lead up to the New South Wales State Cup, which will be held in December in Port Macquarie. To keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information from the 2014 NSWTA Country Championships, please visit the NSWTA events website: www.nswtaevents.sportingpulse.net Related LinksNSW Country Champslast_img read more

16 days agoEverton board sticking with Marco Silva

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first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Everton board sticking with Marco Silvaby Paul Vegas16 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveEverton boss Marco Silva is to remain in charge for the clash with West Ham.The 42-year old is under increasing pressure after Everton dropped into the bottom three at the weekend and disgruntled fans have been calling for change, says the Daily Mail.A board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday though Silva is understood to have the support of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri at least for now.Moshiri and Silva have held a couple of conversations in recent weeks regarding the direction the team is heading and there is a general acceptance that results will have to drastically improve or change will be inevitable.Bookmakers have installed former manager David Moyes as favourite to replace Silva with Manchester City’s Mikel Arteta and Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag also touted. last_img read more

PM Says Jamaica Trade Information Portal Will Improve Ease of Doing Business

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first_imgStory Highlights The Prime Minister noted that easily accessible and manipulated information is critical to trade and improving Jamaica’s business environment, adding that the marketing and advertising of the portal is crucial, so that more persons will utilise it once its goes live, instead of being “heavily reliant on picking up the phone and calling someone”.Mr. Holness said the design and creation of the portal is a very important step towards transitioning Jamaica to a digital society.“In doing that transition, it is absolutely important that there is integration with all the ministries and all the services, because, inevitably, the services that Government provides will be more and more virtual in nature, rather than physical, and the population needs to get used to this idea that information is going to be served to everyone and you will have to be information literate to be able to navigate the information,” he said.The Prime Minister said that as a society, “we have not yet totally embraced information technology, and the transformation to a digital society will take some time.”Meanwhile, Chief Information Officer, Jamaica Trade Board, Carl Morgan, informed that while registration is not a requirement to use the portal, customers who register will be notified once changes are made or additional information is updated to the portal.Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (second left), listens to a point being made by Team Lead, Jamaica Trade Information Portal, and Associate Director, ECORYS, UK, Trevor O’Reagan (sixth left), as he provides an update on the Jamaica Trade Information Portal, at the Office of the Prime Minister in St. Andrew, on April 26. Also listening are Director, Special Projects and Strategic Initiatives, Merle Donaldson (left), and representatives from the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries; Jamaica Trade Information Portal Project, Trade Board Limited and the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association (JMEA). The portal is expected to go live on May 16, 2019 and will be the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean. It can be accessed at www.jamaicatradeportal.gov.jm. Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says the Jamaica Trade Information Portal will significantly improve the ease of doing business in the country, while creating an environment that facilitates greater trading opportunities. Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says the Jamaica Trade Information Portal will significantly improve the ease of doing business in the country, while creating an environment that facilitates greater trading opportunities.With this portal, Jamaica will have a single authoritative trade information source for businesses to easily access information they need at any time. It will be managed by the Trade Board Limited (TBL).The portal is expected to go live on May 16, 2019 and will be the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean. It can be accessed at www.jamaicatradeportal.gov.jm.The Prime Minister was given an update on the portal at his offices in St. Andrew on April 26, from members of the implementation team.“Trade across borders was one of the lowest scores in our ease of doing business and I have been speaking about it for a long time, and I am happy to see that there is a tangible move on the part of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries to have this done,” Mr. Holness said.Team Lead, Jamaica Trade Information Portal, and Associate Director, ECORYS, UK, Trevor O’Reagan, speaks about the Jamaica Trade Information Portal, at the Office of the Prime Minister in St. Andrew, on April 26. The portal is expected to go live on May 16, 2019, and will be the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean. It can be accessed at: www.jamaicatradeportal.gov.jm With this portal, Jamaica will have a single authoritative trade information source for businesses to easily access information they need at any time. It will be managed by the Trade Board Limited (TBL). Team Lead, Jamaica Trade Information Portal, and Associate Director, ECORYS, UK, Trevor O’Reagan, noted that information was received from approximately 34 ministries, departments and agencies to populate the portal.For his part, President, Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association (JMEA), Metry Seaga, gave a commitment that he would be encouraging members of his association to utilise the portal.The Jamaica Trade Information Portal project was launched last year during a joint ceremony of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries.It will provide Jamaican export and import businesses with the commercial responsiveness and agility they need to become more competitive in the global market.The portal aims to provide transparency and predictability of trade procedures, increase compliance levels as well as reduce the cost of doing business for traders.In turn, Jamaica will satisfy its transparency obligations under Article 1 of the World Trade Organisation Agreement on Trade Facilitation, which deals with making information available through the Internet.The project is being funded by the International Finance Corporation (IFC)/World Bank Group and executed by a team of consultants from the ECORYS and Lumin consortium.The portal will bring export and import-related regulatory information and step-by-step guidance on a single platform to allow traders, investors and consumers a smoother interface with the regulatory and procedural steps needed to facilitate their businesses, ultimately driving collective economic growth.The Jamaica Trade Information Portal will be connected to the Government’s portal www.gov.jm.last_img read more

Equality Now Celebrates 25th Anniversary Make Equality Reality Gala

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first_imgEquality Now hosted their annual Make Equality Reality Gala this week at Gotham Hall in New York City.Haim Attends Make Equality Reality GalaThe evening marked the organization’s 25th Anniversary and honored Gucci America President and CEO Susan Chokachi and A Breeze of Hope Foundation Founder Brisa De Angulo. The 2017 gala was Equality Now’s most successful ever and it raised more than $825,000 . It brought together a diverse and dynamic group of change makers, activists, celebrities and philanthropists to celebrate women who are committed to making the world a better place for women and girls. The event was underwritten by Vanguard of Change sponsor, InMaat Foundation.Creative Director Joss Whedon curated the evening’s program which tackled issues of gender equality, sexual violence, female genital mutilation (FGM), and sex trafficking. The program featured performances by: Amir Arison, Nazanin Boniadi, Vinie Burrows, Amy Carlson, Nisha Ganatra, Ana Gasteyer, Lauren Mayberry, Jennifer Morrison, Adepero Oduye, Dascha Polanco, Alysia Reiner, AnnaSophia Robb, Sheetal Sheth and the Vicious Psi Steppers. Haim took the stage to perform songs from their recently released sophomore album, they closed the evening with a cover of Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down.” The 2017 Make Equality Reality Gala Co-Chairs were Gloria Steinem, Tara Lynda Guber, Susan Hassan, Chandra Jessee (InMaat Foundation), Karen Lehner, and Sue Smalley, PhD.“At a time when the rights of girls and women are still threatened all around the world, our support is needed now more than ever. After 25 years, Equality Now continues to lead the way in the fight for gender equality. Cases are being heard, laws are being changed, and issues affecting women and girls are being pushed to the top of policy agendas, due to Equality Now’s fearless efforts. On behalf of Gucci and CHIME FOR CHANGE, I am honored to join them in the ongoing fight for gender equality and for the future of millions of girls and women,” said Susan Chokachi.“Our work in Bolivia is part of a global movement that is fighting to end sexual violence. Having support from international organisations like Equality Now is absolutely crucial. It is very hard to bring about change as an isolated entity but when people around the world come together we can add more pressure on governments to protect women and girls,” said Brisa De Angulo.“Equality Now is proud to have been part of the global women’s rights movement for 25 years and counting. Systemic change is driven from within communities and we partner and work with activists from all walks of life. We were thrilled to recognize Gucci’s Susan Chokachi and A Breeze of Hope Foundation’s Brisa de Angulo for their contributions to gender equality and to ending violence violence against women and girls. Equality Now is honored to work with such powerful and compassionate women,” said Yasmeen Hassan, Global Executive Director of Equality Now.The event was generously supported by Catalyst of Change Sponsor, Gucci, and Changemakers, Tara Guber, Susie Hassan, Holt Renfrew, Karen Lehner, Neiman Marcus Group, Saks Fifth Avenue, Stardust Foundation and Sue Smalley & Kevin Wall.Susan joined Gucci in 1998, and has spent nearly 20 years representing the company in various leadership roles in North America. Over the course of her career at Gucci, she has helped lead many of the company’s global philanthropic initiatives, including long-term partnerships with UNICEF, the Tribeca Film Institute, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and The Film Foundation. Susan also helped launch the company’s CHIME FOR CHANGE campaign, founded by Gucci in 2013 to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out for girls and women around the world. The campaign uses innovative approaches to promote gender equality. Co-founded by Beyonce and Salma Hayek Pinault, the campaign works with a coalition of partner organizations, including Global Citizen, the Kering Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Facebook and Hearst Magazines. Since 2013, through CHIME FOR CHANGE, Susan has worked closely with Equality Now and Global Executive Director Yasmeen Hassan, who also serves on the CHIME FOR CHANGE Advisory Board.Brisa is a leading campaigner against child and adolescent sexual abuse in Bolivia and was motivated to help others by her own experience of sexual assault when she was a teenager. Brisa grew up with her family in Cochabamba, Bolivia where as a teenager, she was raped repeatedly by an older cousin. When she finally reported the sexual assault, she faced intimidation and blame from the Bolivian authorities, as well as from her community and extended family. In 2004, Brisa started A Breeze of Hope (Fundacion Una Brisa De Esperanza), a charity that supports sexually abused children in Bolivia. Bolivia has one of the highest rates of sexual violence against women and children in South America, but one of the lowest reporting rates. It was the first organization in the country to provide social workers, therapists, and lawyers, all free of charge for children who are sexual abuse victims. In 2014, she partnered with Equality Now to address the alarming rates of child sexual abuse and incest in Bolivia and gaps in the law that allow it to continue – and to finally bring her own abuser to justice.Equality Now is dedicated to using the law to create a more just world for women and girls. Their international network of lawyers, activists, and supporters hold governments responsible for ending legal inequality, sex trafficking, sexual violence and harmful practices, such as female genital mutilation (FGM) and “child marriage.”last_img read more

New trial would lead to Connie Oakes acquittal says Alberta Appeal Court

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first_img(Linda Oakes, whose niece Connie Oakes is fighting a murder conviction, tells reporters outside the Calgary courthouse that there was a miscarriage of justice. APTN/Photo)Read APTN’s coverage of the Connie Oakes case hereJorge Barrera APTN National News CALGARY—Connie Oakes, a Cree woman currently fighting a murder conviction, would likely be acquitted if she were granted a new trial, a Court of Appeal of Alberta justice suggested Tuesday.Justice Myra Bielby made the statement during Oakes’ appeal hearing while questioning Crown Brian Graff as to why he kept insisting that if the Court of Appeal determined there was a miscarriage of justice it should not acquit but grant a new trial. Oakes’ hearing was held in a 14th floor courtroom at the Calgary Court Centre.“Isn’t the inevitable result of a new trial acquittal? So why have it?” said Bielby.The Court of Appeal’s three judge panel—Bielby, Justice J.D. Bruce McDonald and Justice F.L. Schutz—pushed and prodded both Oakes’ defence lawyers and the Crown throughout the hearing. Their focus, which was revealed in a letter sent by the court to both sides early last week, was on whether Oakes’ guilty verdict should be set aside on grounds there was not enough evidence to support it.The three justices reserved judgement on the appeal and a ruling is expected within one to six months.Oakes, who is from the Nekaneet First Nation in southern Saskatchewan, sat in the prisoner’s box like stone throughout the hearing. She wore dark-rimmed eyeglasses and a dark Neechie Gear shirt.“I was nervous as hell,” said Oakes, in a phone call with APTN National News from the Calgary jail following the hearing. “I needed to know how good of a fight (my lawyers) were going to put up…I think they fought well.”The murder case against Oakes was built solely on the confession and testimony of her co-accused, Wendy Scott, a woman with an intellectual disability who has been assessed as having an IQ of 50. Scott told police she constantly lied and admitted the same while testifying under oath.Oakes said Tuesday evening that Scott was also being held at the Calgary jail and, despite being in a different zones, they had seen each other. Oakes said some of the inmates told her Scott was talking about the case.“Wendy is here, she is telling people I caused her all this chaos,” said Oakes.Oakes was found guilty of second-degree murder by a jury in November 2013 of the 2011 slaying of a Medicine Hat, Alta., man named Casey Armstrong. She was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 14 years.With no DNA evidence, fingerprints or murder weapon, the Medicine Hat police and Crown built their case on Scott who told police she was involved in the murder and saw Oakes kill Armstrong with a knife.Scott pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentence to life with no chance of parole for 10 years.Connie Oakes pictured along with the Edmonton Institution for Women where she is currently held.There was no forensic evidence introduced during trial indicating puncture wound through the neck that killed Armstrong was caused by a knife blade. Police also failed to trace the source of a size 11 bloody boot print discovered on the floor when Armstrong’s body was found in the bathtub of his trailer.Scott accused three other people—two men and a woman—of the murder before implicating herself and Oakes.In October, the Court of Appeal struck Scott’s guilty plea, quashed her conviction of second degree murder and ordered a new trial. The trial date for Scott’s trial is expected to be set on Feb. 12. Scott last appeared before the Court of Queen’s Bench in Medicine Hat on Friday and told the presiding judge she was being transferred to the jail in Lethbridge, Alta. As of Tuesday evening, Scott was still being held in Calgary.Part of Oakes’ appeal is based on a fresh evidence application in the form of an affidavit sworn by Scott.The affidavit is still sealed until the Court of Appeal rules on its admissibility. Justice McDonald said the court would deliver their decision on the fresh evidence at the same time they issue the final verdict.According to the affidavit, Scott states that she doesn’t believe Oakes was at the crime scene, according to sections of the document which were discussed during the hearing Tuesday.Scott also stated in the affidavit that police interrogators pointed out the vehicle to her that they believed was used in the murder. She also claimed to have confessed to her and Oakes’ involvement because she was “very afraid” and “wanted to be safe,” according to sections of the affidavit mentioned during the hearing.Scott’s affidavit also stated that she was interrogated by police from June 2011 to December 2011, six months longer than disclosed to Oakes’ defence during trial.Graff said Scott’s affidavit did not meet the bar required for a true recantation to qualify as fresh evidence. The affidavit did not provide enough details beyond Scott’s belief Oakes wasn’t at the crime scene, said Graff. He also said Scott’s allegations against the police were challenged by Medicine Hat officers through their own affidavits.Graff stated that that despite some problems with Scott’s testimony, the 12 members of the jury chosen for Oakes’ trial determined that it was enough to convict her on second-degree murder.He said the Appeal Court judges should let the jury verdict stand.“My position is we don’t have a miscarriage of justice at all,” said Graff.Tanner Armstrong’s father Casey Armstrong was murdered in 2011. APTN/PhotoOakes’ lawyer Aleksandra Simic said much of Scott’s credibility during the trial came from her guilty plea for second-degree murder in connection with the Armstrong killing. With the guilty plea now struck, part of the case presented to the jury at trial was based on a “legal fiction.”“We were asking (the jury) to perform an impossible task,” said Simic.After the Crown wrapped up submissions by dissecting some of the action of Oakes’ trial defence lawyer, Bielby offered another observation.“Sometimes a miscarriage of justice just happens, they are not the fault of anyone at the time,” said Bielby.Nine members of Oakes’ family attended the hearing and they sat together to the right of the judges.On the other side of the gallery sat Armstrong’s two children, Karli and Tanner Armstrong.Outside the courtroom, Oakes’ aunt Linda Oakes became emotional when asked by several reporters about how she felt following the hearing.“I want to see her set free,” she said. “We all know she didn’t do it.”As for Armstrong’s children, they said the now five year-long ordeal was taking its toll on their emotions.“I am sure you can all imagine that it’s not that great. We lost our father, it sucks, that is all I can really say about that,” said Tanner [email protected]@JorgeBarreralast_img read more

Pulwama attack played a role in Azhars listing as global terrorist by

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first_imgNew Delhi: The Pulwama terror attack played a role in designation of JeM chief Masood Azhar as global terrorist by the UN, the Ministry of External Affairs said Thursday, asserting that Pakistan was making claims over the listing to divert attention from the “huge diplomatic” setback it has suffered. The assertion came after Pakistan claimed that it agreed to Azhar’s listing after all “political references”, including attempts to link him to the Pulwama attack, were removed from the proposal to designate him a global terrorist. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework “The designation is not based on the basis of a specific incident, but on the basis of evidence which we have shared with members of the UN’s 1267 Sanctions Committee, linking Azhar to several acts of terrorism,” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperon Raveesh Kumar said at a media briefing. He said the notification broadly covers all terrorist acts. “Elements are being introduced by Pakistan to divert attention from this huge diplomatic setback,” Kumar said. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen Asked whether India offered something to China for Azhar’s listing, he asserted that India doesn’t negotiate on matters related to national security. “Our objective was to ensure designation of Masood Azhar as global terrorist,” he said. The Pulwama terror attack played a role in Azhar’s designation, the spokesperson said, adding that China’s support to Azhar’s listing will contribute to better Sino-India ties. In a huge diplomatic victory for India, the UN Sanctions Committee on Wednesday designated Azhar as global terrorist after China lifted its hold on a proposal to ban him. France, the UK and the US had moved a fresh proposal to declare Azhar as global terrorist by the UN in the wake of the February 14 Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed. The JeM had claimed responsibility for the attack. However, China put a technical hold on the proposal, blocking it for a fourth time to designate Azhar a global terrorist.India had termed the Chinese move as “disappointing”. On Wednesday, China lifted its hold from the proposal. A UN Security Council (UNSC) designation will subject Azhar to an assets freeze, travel ban and an arms embargo. An assets freeze under the sanctions committee requires that all states freeze without delay the funds and other financial assets or economic resources of designated individuals and entities. In 2009, India first moved a proposal by itself to designate Azhar a global terrorist. In 2016 again, India moved the proposal with the P3 — the United States, the United Kingdom and France — in the UN’s 1267 Sanctions Committee to ban Azhar, also the mastermind of the attack on the Pathankot airbase in January 2016. In 2017, the P3 nations moved a similar proposal again. However, on all occasions China, a veto-wielding permanent member of the UNSC, blocked India’s proposal from being adopted by the Sanctions Committee.last_img read more

Ohio State wrestling gets back on track with win against Purdue

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The Ohio State wrestling team (8-2, 2-2 Big Ten) returned to winning ways after defeating Purdue (6-6, 1-2 Big Ten), 27-10, Thursday night at St. John Arena. Redshirt senior Bo Touris, redshirt sophomores Nick Heflin, Peter Capone, redshirt freshman Logan Stieber and freshmen Hunter Stieber, Derek Garcia and Andrew Campolattano all collected wins for OSU. The night opened up with the 125-pound match where Touris, filling in for freshman starter Johnni Dijulius, defeated Purdue freshman Luke Schroeder with a 15-6 major decision. The win put OSU up, 4-0. Logan Stieber added to the lead by pinning redshirt sophomore Cashé Quiroga at 133-pounds, which left the Boilermakers in a 10-0 hole just two matches into the contest. Logan Stieber, who improved to 17-1 on the year, collected his 10th pin of the season against Quiroga. “I’m pretty good at that arm bar move so I just took my time in getting it and once I got it locked up really tight it was just a matter of him going over,” said Logan Stieber. In the 141-pound match, freshman Hunter Stieber increased the Buckeye lead to 13-0 after defeating Purdue’s redshirt junior Jake Fleckenstein, 4-3. Purdue answered OSU’s first three wins of the night in the 149-pound match after redshirt junior Ivan Lopouchanski defeated OSU’s redshirt freshman Alex Gordon, 7-2. The Boilermakers were then able to cut the deficit, 13-6, in the 157-pound match when Purdue’s redshirt junior Tommy Churchard beat redshirt sophomore T.J. Rigel in a 9-6 decision. Immediately after, 165-pound freshman Derek Garcia scored a decision over Purdue’s redshirt sophomore Kyle Mosier 8-4, giving the Buckeyes a 16-6 cushion. At 174-pounds, Heflin added another 4 points to the OSU lead after a 15-6 major decision against Purdue freshman Drake Stein. The last time Purdue scored during the evening was in the 184-pound match where Purdue’s redshirt freshman Braden Atwood defeated OSU freshman Craig Thomas, 9-1. To end the night for the Buckeyes, 197-pound Campolattano delivered a 18-6 major decision over Purdue’s redshirt sophomore Justin Dinius before OSU heavyweight Capone defeated Purdue’s redshirt senior Roger Vukobratovich, 4-2, in overtime. Regularly projected starters, 125-pound freshmen Johnni Dijulius, 149-pound Cam Tessari and 157-pound Josh Demas did not wrestle. Redshirt junior C.J. Magrum also did not wrestle due to an ongoing injury. OSU’s win was its fifth in a row over the Boilermakers, a streak that dates all the way back to Feb. 10, 2006. It was also OSU’s first win since dropping their first two losses of the season to Nebraska and Minnesota this past weekend. “We wrestled good,” Logan Stieber said. “We wrestled hard. We wrestled tough. You know, we still got a lot to work on. It’s good to come back after losing two last week.” The Buckeyes now look to their next test, a duel against No. 2 Iowa at home Jan. 20. While he feels it will be a tough match, Logan Stieber said he believes his team is up to the task of challenging Iowa. “It helps, you know, obviously getting a win (tonight),” Logan Stieber said. “We got another hard week in practice again and Iowa is going to be really good. They’re tough so hopefully we just keep rolling.” read more

Hakimi Carvajal is a reference point

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first_imgAchraf Hakimi, currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund from Real Madrid, has vowed to learn from Dani Carvajal’s experience.Hakimi, 20, recently opened up on the journey of Carvajal left Madrid in 2012 to spend a year at German club Bayer Leverkusen before returning to Los Blancos to become a regular starter.The young Moroccan defender was recently awarded the best young player in Africa and has been tipped to have a bright future citing his brilliant displays.“For me, Carvajal is a reference point and I can look to what he has done and is doing with his career,” Achraf told an interview with Marca.“He went to German football and thrived professionally to return to the club and become a regular, and maybe I am on the same path right now, I feel that I am growing a lot.🇲🇦 Achraf Hakimi🏆 African Youth Player of the Year#UCL pic.twitter.com/d65rbgCAr0— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) January 9, 2019Jadon Sancho rescues Borussia Dortmund vs FC Koln Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – August 23, 2019 With another spectacular performance from Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund took the top of the Bundesliga against Koln.The Bundesliga’s second fixture of the season started…“Why did I join Borussia? There were offers from elsewhere and in Spain but this is a historic club that I believed would allow me to grow and hopefully, I can stay on this path.“I cannot say where I will be next year or the season after, right now I am focused on my time with Dortmund and not thinking too much about what my future holds.“Marcelo’s form? I could never criticise him and anyone who does is being unfair, this is an icon of Real Madrid who has achieved everything.“Full-backs who go forward always leave themselves open to criticism and their benefit to the team does not receive its proper acknowledgement.“Real Madrid are not having their best season but I have every confidence they will come through this.”last_img read more

DIG Mizan withdrawn from duty

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Franklyn Baker Named New Head of United Way of Central Maryland

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