Within the particular case of Malaga, the classes are for 12 gamers (six in every training camp). Using the gymnasium is proscribed and the gamers, as soon as the training is completed, go immediately to their automobiles. There are already 18 teams that have returned to work. On this manner, solely Huesca, Rayo, Racing, Sporting and Fuenlabrada stay, who will do it tomorrow. Now it solely stays to prepare for when the beginning pistol of the final eleven days happens. The Second has already rolled nearly completely. Yesterday ten teams started their respective training classes, thus becoming a member of the seven who began on Friday. The gamers of Cádiz, Almería, Girona, Mirandés, Ponferradina, Tenerife, Málaga, Oviedo, Albacete and Lugo met once more at its amenities after 57 days of confinement. After all, they did it with all types of prevention measures. The gamers arrived with their gloves and face masks on from dwelling. The training amenities had the required disinfection duties within the days prior to returning to work in order that they had been prepared for the return to soccer training.The classes had been divided into teams and individually to adjust to the foundations dictated by LaLiga. This may proceed to happen till the go-ahead is given to transfer on to the subsequent section, during which the footballers will likely be in a position to begin training along with different teammates, however in a extra group manner, though it will not but be with your complete squad collectively. Gamers are accompanied by bodily trainers and assistants, with the coaches attentive to training however in a extra atypical manner, within the distance. The classes are supervised by an inspector despatched by LaLiga, which verifies the right compliance with the foundations, due to the circumstances during which we stay.
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Embattled National Patriotic Party (NPP) chairman Cllr. Theophilus C. Gould has termed as illegal, a recent convention of the party as announced by some National Executive Committee members of the party.Representatives James Banney, George Mulbah and Abraham V. Coneh, along with several others are holding a political rally in Congo Town for the purpose of conducting the 6th Biennial Convention of the NPP.In conversation with the Daily Observer Thursday, January 09, Cllr. Gould described the rally as “George Mulbah and others illegal rally.”He maintained that the rally is for a few renegade members and does not cover the entire membership. He announced that NPP has a planned convention as mandated by the electoral governing body and not an event recognized by an illegitimate body.Cllr. Gould said he remains chairman who has the all- legal standing to conduct the convention, according to the laws of the party and the National Elections Commission (NEC).However, Rep. Banney told reporters that the convention is legal and considered by a two-third membership of NPP.Rep. Banney agreed that chairman Gould will not attend the convention as presiding officer but failed to name who chairs the convention in the absence of NPP chairman.NEC recently suspended NPP for failing to conduct its affairs properly in accordance with party policy and electoral laws.According the Commission, the party remains suspended until a convention can be conducted under the authority of Cllr. Gould as chairman, Joel Kennedy Media and Outreach Director of NEC told this paper yesterday.The “so-called convention” as claimed by Cllr. Gould started yesterday with only two counties’ delegates in attendance, River Cess and Montserrado.Interestingly, the ‘James Banney and others convention’ started with delegates having no access to the party’s building that remains lock with Gould in possession of the keys to the building.For hours, Representatives Banney, Mulbah and Corneh were lockup in a car strategizing how to begin the process that is heavily guarded by police officers. Up to press time, delegates could not get in the main headquarters and setup tanks for shelter.Rep. Banney accused Cllr. Gould of leasing NPP property in Sinkor to Ezzat Eid for 60 years without the consent of the National Executive Committee members; but Gould rubbished the allegation stating “the party leadership does not need the signatures of the entire body for such a legal document or arrangement.”NPP headquarters was Wednesday, 8 January a scene of disorder and rioting with party authorities nearly engaging in a fist fight. Police had to quickly rush in to save lives and property.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
One of Liberia’s leading civil society organizations for natural resource management, Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), has raised an alarm that US$1 million forestry fund is being “misdirected by a state authority.”According to Jonathan Yiah, SDI’s Forest Governance Campaigner, the funds intended for the Community Forest Development Committee (CFDC), a body organized to manage resources remitted to affected communities where logging is active, was “mistakenly transferred to the account of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.”“US$1 million was to be transferred to the CFDC account and that has not yet been done.” Jonathan Yiah urged the Honorable Members of the House of Representatives who were present to fast track the transfer of the money to the communities. “The Ministry of Internal Affairs has hijacked the community’s money, but the funds should be managed by the CFDC,” he alleged.Forest governance and community rights are pivotal to the success of REDD, Yiah pointed out. Community forest groups such as the CFDC are supposed to protect the interest of the local communities and manage funds that are provided for programs like Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD), and as such, managing resources like the funds under question is cardinal to the existence of both the concessions and their relationships with the communities in which they operate.”The rights advocate made the disclosure during a recent program organized by Sustainable & Thriving Enviroments for West African Regional Development (STEWARD), a USAID funded program that brought together officials of government and forestry actors to discuss policy dialogue on the forestry sector.The dialogue also focused on environmental policy that involves conserving forests in return for financial benefits.The money should have been transferred to the CFDC account and that has not yet been done, Yiah declared.He further urged members of the House of Representatives from the committees on Forestry and Agriculture who were present to fast track the transfer of the money to the communities. Representatives of Forest Communities in Rivercess and Grand Cape Mount counties pleaded with their lawmakers to use their influence and energy to advocate for their constituents to get their money that is stuck in the Central Bank. Weedor Gaye of Forestry Development Authority (FDA) Community Forestry Department noted that her entity wrote the Minister of Internal Affairs to re-direct the money to the CFDC account, but up to now, “there is no response.”“We hope the Ministry of Finance gets this message so the problem can be resolved soon,” she said. Lofa County Representative Fofi Saah Baimba assured the communities of the Legislature’s desire to ensure that the money is delivered to them.However, Deputy Minister for Finance and Development Planning Dr. James Kollie in his clarification on the matter said that the money has not been paid into any account at the moment.“The fact is that because the money will benefit communities, the funds have been allotted under the Ministry of Internal Affairs which is responsible for local government activities. When the voucher is raised by Internal Affairs, the payment will be made to the Benefit Trust Account as prescribed by the new Forestry Law. Internal Affairs will do nothing with the money. The confusion has been under which institution of government the money should beplaced. However, we expect that FDA, the sector ministry for forestry, and Internal Affairs will work together to smooth the rough edges and get the resources to the affected communities in a timely manner,” Dr. Kollie maintained.“Let it be made clear,” he said. “No one has placed money in any wrong account.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A 25-year-old man who was charged last year with causing the death of his common-law wife in a motorcycle accident was found guilty and sentenced to two years in jail on Tuesday by Magistrate Fabayo Azore.Laurent McGarrell was arraigned on a charge of causing the death of his 20-year-old common-law wife, Gaitri Sahadeo, who was killed in a motorcycle accident at Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD) on June 23, 2017. A breathalyser test conducted on McGarrell after the accident had determined that he had a blood alcohol level of 40 micrograms, which is over the legal limit.In addition to the causing death charge, McGarrell was also arraigned on a slew of traffic-related charges, namely driving without a driver’s licence, driving withoutJailed: Laurent McGarrellthird-party insurance, driving without a safety helmet, carrying a pillion rider without protective head gear, driving a motorcycle while being under the influence of alcohol, and driving a motorcycle without consent from the owner.He denied the charges of driving under the influence and taking the motorcycle without the owner’s permission, but admitted to the other traffic-related offences.He was fined $7500 for each of the charges in relation to driving without a helmet and carrying a pillion rider without the protective head gear, and was fined $30,000 for unlicensed driving; while the breach of insurance offence also attracted a penalty of a $30,000 fine.McGarrell was disqualified from acquiring or being able to hold a driver’s licence for any class of vehicle for a period of 12 months.During his first appearance last year, he broke down in tears and told the court thatDead: Gaitri Sahadeohe “is not in the right frame of mind”.Nevertheless, a psychiatric evaluation later proved that he was fit to stand trial.Reports are that the June 23, 2017 fatal accident occurred on the eastern carriageway of the Providence Public Road about 00:30h when the motorcycle suffered a blowout. Sahadeo, who was the pillion rider, had sustained severe injuries to her head because she had not been wearing a helmet at the time of the incident. She later succumbed to her injuries at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
“We are thrilled and happy to have acquired such a great and experienced post player as Taj,” Sparks GM Penny Toler said. “Her accolades and records speak for themselves. Not only is she an exceptional offensive player but she has a defensive game to match that will help us in our quest to bring a third championship to Los Angeles.” After making the trade, the Sparks signed McWilliams- Franklin to a multiyear deal. The Sparks acquired veteran forward Taj McWilliams- Franklin in a trade with the Connecticut Sun on Wednesday for the rights to center Erika De Souza and the 12th pick in this year’s WNBA Draft. A five-time All-Star, the 6-foot-2 McWilliams-Franklin has averaged 12.4 points and 7.5 rebounds during her eight-year career. She ranks sixth on the WNBA all-time list in total rebounds (1,814) and 10th in rebounds per game (7.5). “I’m excited to be coming to Los Angeles. It’s a new challenge and a great opportunity to play against some of the best post players,” noted McWilliams-Franklin. “It’s just really exciting that I get to start over this far in my career. It’s going to get my competitive juices flowing.” The 6-foot-5 De Souza is averaging 6.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and about 13 minutes for Ros Casares in the FIBA Euroleague. The Brazilian was the Spanish League’s player of the year last season and led Universitat de Barcelona to the finals. She played for L.A. in 2002. Sun coach Mike Thibault said the trade would be good for McWilliams-Franklin’s family life because one of her daughters will be attending school in Arizona. “This is a tough day for us because she’s been a huge part of our success,” Thibault said. The Sun also announced that they have signed Kristen Rasmussen from Phoenix to a three-year contract. Locals show Chivas Chivas USA, working in conjunction with Major League Soccer and Univision show “Republica Deportiva,” has launched a program featuring aspiring soccer hopefuls trying to earn a contract with the team. “Sue o MLS – Chivas USA Wants You” will be filmed throughout February and March, as the players go through the various stages of open tryouts. The first round of tryouts began last week and a handful of local players were among the 60 to make the first cut. Diego Delgadillo of Bell Gardens, Arturo Guizar of Bellflower, Carlos Armijo and Hector Vazquez of Compton, and Juan Diego Godoy of Lynwood advanced to the second tryout Saturday, hoping to make it to the final group of 24. All the hopefuls are vying for a short-term contract with the team, a chance to train with the senior squad and perhaps even a full roster spot offer. Boxers denied Three Olympic champion Cuban boxers who defected and signed seven-figure contracts with a German promoter have been refused entry to the United States from Colombia. Heavyweight Odlanier Solis, flyweight Yan Barthelemy and featherweight Yuriorkis Gamboa were to have made their pro debuts in Miami on Friday night, but the fights were postponed a week, said Antonio Gonzalez, the Miami-based manager and attorney. Gonzalez said the U.S. Department of Homeland Security approved entry for the three but consular officials at the embassy in Colombia, which the three entered from bordering Venezuela in late December, wouldn’t grant them visas. “The State Department still sees it as them wanting to stay in the States, which at this point would be career suicide for them,” Gonzalez said. He said the Bogota embassy wants proof the three boxers, who won gold medals in the 2004 Athens Games, have permanent residence but so far they lack German visas. Dance fever Three more athletes are hoping to duplicate Emmitt Smith’s success on the popular series “Dancing with the Stars.” Laila Ali, Clyde Drexler and Apolo Anton Ohno will compete in the fourth season of the show, which returns March 19 on ABC. Ali, an undefeated world champion female boxer and the youngest daughter of sports legend Muhammad Ali, will team with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Drexler, a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Dream Team, will dance with Elena Grinenko, and Ohno, a two-time Olympic gold medal winning short-track speed skater, will team with Julianne Hough. Former Entertainment Tonight co-host Leeza Gibbons, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, and former Beverly Hills 90120 star Ian Ziering are among the other contestants. Woods tops list Tiger Woods is the most influential black leader in sports, according to a list compiled by Sporting News. The magazine cited Woods’ work off the course as well, including the Tiger Woods Learning Center in Anaheim and the Start Something program, which has enrolled more than 3 million children. Charlotte Bobcats owner Bob Johnson was second, followed by former Lakers great Magic Johnson, NBA legend Michael Jordan, NFL Players Association executive director Gene Upshaw, NFL vice president of labor relations Harold Henderson, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade, Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, Major League Baseball vice president of finance Jonathan Mariner, and Nike vice president of global brand and category management Trevor Edwards. Pacers surrender Indiana Pacers guard Jamaal Tinsley and teammate Marquis Daniels surrendered to police early today, hours after being charged in a Feb. 6 bar fight. Tinsley and Daniels played in the Pacers’ 136-129 double-OT victory against Milwaukee on Wednesday night before walking into an Indianapolis police department. They were expected to appear before a judge overnight for an initial hearing at which time a court date would be set. Earlier Wednesday, a Marion County grand jury indicted Tinsley on a felony charge of intimidation and misdemeanor counts of battery, disorderly conduct and intimidation for the fight at 8 Seconds Saloon. Daniels was charged with battery and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors. Lawyers for both players said they would enter pleas of not guilty. Briefly Sportscaster Jim Lampley was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor charge of violating a restraining order. Philadelphia Flyers forward Mike Knuble had surgery to insert a plate in his face to fixate the broken bones in both his right cheekbone and right orbital bone. Knuble is out indefinitely after suffering a concussion last Saturday when he collided with New York Rangers forward Brendan Shanahan. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
ARCADIA – Talk of “the perfect acid-sugar blend” made the quest for the perfect tomato sound more like a wine-tasting in the Napa Valley at Tuesday’s Great Tomato Sale. More than 50 people gathered as Steve Goto, acclaimed “tomato guru” to the horiculturally savvy, led the sixth annual free tomato seminar and sale at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden. Goto listed his top 25 picks for 2007, as tomato growing season kicks off. His favorite tomato? The momotaro – the one with “the perfect acid-sugar blend.” But be it a “Speckled Roman” or a “Sunny Goliath,” growing the juiciest tomato takes precision and a little TLC. “Do you think the laws of nature actually apply here in Southern California?” Goto asked. “We need to learn how to look at our plant and talk to our plant.” Goto runs Goto Nursery in Sun Valley, which specializes in organically grown heirloom tomatoes. He has conducted tomato seminars and tastings throughout California. The trick to a good tomato, he said, lies in nutrient-rich soil free from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. “Soil is everything,” Goto said. Goto preaches that growers should steer clear of synthetic fertilizers manufactured with salt, which poisons soil over time and prevents further growth on the same spot. Organic fertilizers, such as chicken manure, he said, can help stimulate growth in plants while preventing soil depletion. Tomatoes sold at grocery stores lose flavor and remain watermelon-pink in color, Goto said, because they are roughly 60 days old by the time they are picked, packed, refrigerated and handled more than 12 times. On Aug. 12, the “Great Tomato Tasting,” will take place from 10 a.m. to noon, as the season’s biggest and best can be sampled for free. The arboretum is at 301 N. Baldwin Ave. email@example.com (626) 432-5224160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“I’ve decided to stop playing professional football,” said Forlan in quotes made to local television station Teledoce, and picked up in daily newspaper El Observador on Tuesday.“Recently I had an offer to play, but I was looking for excuses. I was being more selective and it was difficult,” he added.In 2011, the striker helped Uruguay win the Copa America, a competition both his father and grandfather won.He was also named the best player at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Uruguay finished fourth.He began his senior career with Argentina’s Independiente before a big-money move to Manchester United, where he won the English title in 2003 and the FA Cup a year later.But Forlan never managed to hold down a regular starting berth at Old Trafford and enjoyed his best spell in Spain, first with Villarreal and then Atletico Madrid, where he won the Europa League in 2010.After a year at Inter Milan in Italy he went on to play in Brazil, Japan, India and back home with local giants Penarol.He scored 36 goals in 112 matches for his country.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Diego Forlan, pictured here in 2018, was named the best player at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and won the Copa America with Uruguay a year later © AFP/File / ANTHONY WALLACEMONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Aug 7 – Former Uruguay captain and English Premier League winner with Manchester United, Diego Forlan has announced his official retirement at the age of 40.Forlan had been without a team since a brief spell last year with Kitchee Sports in Hong Kong.
IRVINE – Favorable weather should help firefighters gain ground on the Santiago fire today. “Today will be the best day of the week for firefighters,” said National Weather Service forecaster Andrew Rorke said. A marine layer along the coast will provide cooler weather and higher relative humidities, he said, but added that the absence of strong winds was most important. Temperatures in the burn area are forecast top out in the upper 80s today. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Unusually strong Santa Ana winds earlier this week produced some gusts that howled over Southland mountaintops around 100 mph. Looking ahead, Sunday could prove a problem for fire crews, Rorke said. Drier weather with winds of 15-25 mph below canyons and passes are forecast, he said. While wildfires continue to burn out of control in Orange and San Diego counties, the only fire still burning in Los Angeles County was the Ranch fire near Castaic, which is about 80 percent contained. The roughly 56,200-acre Ranch fire started Saturday evening near Townsend Peak in the Angeles National Forest; it has destroyed one home and eight outbuildings, according to the U.S. Forest Service. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
In the latest finance documents, Smith, Sileo and Hearns all reported sizeable donations from Los Angeles developers. Smith reported donations totaling $6,000 from development partnerships listing the same Los Angeles address along with an additional $3,000 from developers at a Van Nuys address. “When developers come before me I tell them I will always do what’s best for the citizens of the city,” Smith said. “They say that’s what we want.” Among the donations from the Los Angeles developers was $1,000 from Royal Investors Group, a developer which ran into controversy in regards to its environmental clearance for a housing project on 40 acres on the city’s west side. “When they came before us, we told them upfront they have burrowing owls and they would have to have (state) Fish and Game bring a biologist out there,” Smith said. “They chose a different route and now they are talking to the game warden.” Sileo and Hearns each reported receiving $10,000 from the same Los Angeles developers that contributed $6,000 to Smith’s campaign. “I have consistently supported raising development standards, developer impact fees and holding those who do business in our city accountable for the costs they generate,” Sileo said. “I have and will always treat everyone fairly and even-handedly as my 10-year public record demonstrates. My supporters know special-interest groups hold no sway with me.” Young, a council challenger, criticized the three city officials for taking money from developers, particularly from companies based outside the Antelope Valley. Young said he does not believe it is possible for the contributions not to have an influence on them with projects that come before the city. Lancaster officials are already too lenient with development proposals, he said. “I just don’t think it’s right for them to take a nickel,” Young said. “It’s a large amount of money.” james.skeen@dailynews (661) 267-5743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – Planning Commissioner Ron Smith, Vice Mayor Henry Hearns and Councilman Ed Sileo are leading the field in campaign fundraising for Tuesday’s municipal election. Smith has raised more than $52,000 this year for his campaign for a council seat, with $28,374 coming in March, according to financial reports filed for the last reporting period before Election Day. “Whether it’s selling a car, a candidate, or a bond measure it’s about marketing,” Smith said. “It’s about getting your message out. You are more successful if you can get your message out.” Smith and Sileo are among 10 candidates running for two council seats, and Hearns is among six candidates running for the mayor’s seat. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventIn the campaign finance reports for the period of Feb. 26 through March 25, Hearns reported raising more than $43,000 this year for his campaign for mayor. Sileo reported raising $39,499 in his bid for re-election to the council. Mayoral candidates Gene Gaynor and Peter B. Ware reported raising $6,445 and $4,000, respectively. In the council race, James Abadejos has raised $5,230. Janette Crawford reported $545 for the statement’s reporting period, but her total campaign financing is just over $14,000. Most of Crawford’s funding, $13,200, is in the form of a loan to herself. “Her campaign is a true grass-roots campaign,” said Mike Pope, Crawford’s campaign treasurer. The other candidates in the election signed declarations stating they did not plan to raise or spend more than $1,000 on their campaigns. Those candidates are mayoral candidates David Paul, Douglas Sichley, and Irv Mitchell, and council candidates Nellie Tillman, Barry White, Kenneth Williams, Roger Price, David Abber, and James Young.
DONEGAL Ladies Senior team are hoping fans in Leitrim will help them to success when they take on Westmeath today.Thousands of fans of Jim McGuinness’s side will descend on Carrick-on-Shannon today for the clash with Laois.But with the ladies throw-in at 3.30pm, the ladies team are hoping enough fans arrive early to cheer them on in their TG4 Round 1 qualifier. Donegal lost by eight points to Monaghan in the Ulster semi-final but that was a vast improvement on last year, when they were on the wrong end of a 1-8 to 5-25 scoreline.Donegal Ladies Manager Hughie Molloy is hoping the crowd will help as they take on a Westmeath side beaten by neighbours Meath in the Leinster championship. DONEGAL LADIES HOPE FANS SUPPORT CAN HELP THEM TO WIN was last modified: July 27th, 2013 by John2Share 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:DONEGAL LADIES HOPE FANS SUPPORT CAN HELP THEM TO WIN