It is true that Milan is building a team that is committed to young talents and Donnarumma is the perfect example of this, with extensive experience under the sticks despite his 20 years of age. However, they may have to choose between staying with him or bringing other footballers, since he currently charges six million euros and a renewal in which it is suspected that he would receive an increase, would jeopardize the team’s salary cap. Also, Raiola and Gazidis do not fully understand each other (Ibrahimovic will not continue on the team), so there are many options for the doorman to explore the market. The Premier League made easier with Pep Renew, a very complicated option If there has been speculation that Donnarumma would play in any team other than Milan, that is the PSG. It would be the perfect replacement for Keylor Navas and there it has supports like Verratti. In case of re-negotiation, this time its price would be somewhat lower than when they offered 20 million more Areola, since being close to the end of his contract would make the operation cheaper. It is estimated that the transfer could be estimated at 20 or 25 million euros, although the club in the French capital would have no qualms about holding out until 2021 to take it away at zero cost. Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future should be resolved this summer. His contract expires in 2021 and Milan must decide whether to renew or sell him before the next season begins to benefit from the situation. Meanwhile, the goalkeeper has already started studying English to stay entertained during the coronavirus lockdown. La Gazzetta dello Sport, under the headline “Donnarumma, goodbye to Milan without renewal: Premier or PSG?“, explains the possibilities that the Italian has from now on, assuming that he will pack his bags to go live abroad: The Italian newspaper puts on the table the teams that could interest you the most, emphasizing that it would be better than De Gea in the Macnhester United or what Ederson in the Manchester City, to those who would improve both by age and quality. However they explain that “Pep’s way is easier”, arguing that given the situation of Paul Pogba in England, the relations between its representative, Mino Raiola, and the red devilsThey are not the best. They discard the Liverpool, who already has insurance like Alisson in their goal, and they remember Raiola’s relationship with him Everton from Ancelotti after the transfer of Moise Kean, although it seems a remote possibility that he plays in Goodison park in the future.PSG still interested Premier League* Data updated as of March 19, 2020 A series* Data updated as of March 19, 2020 99
Rep. Moima Briggs Mensah By Patrick C.M. KollieIn less than eight months after her election victory, Bong County District #6 Representative, Moima Briggs Mensah, has constructed and dedicated over six community development projects.With some high profiled governmental dignitaries, the Bong County lawmaker recently dedicated a number of town-halls, bus stops and pit-latrines.The dedication exercises were performed in various locations at the project sites. Communities that benefited from Rep. Mensah’s gesture are J.K. Morris Town, Belle’ta Community and Wololonta Community. Others are Kpakolokoyata Community, which benefited from a bus stop, and New Totota Community, which received a pit-latrine.Also, an individual beneficiary community received materials and cash from the female lawmaker. According to Rep. Mensah, the initiatives are part of her community development program, which she promised the constituents during the 2017 elections campaign.“Those projects are funded from my widow’s mite, even though some of my good friends put in some cash; nothing came from the government or legislative support projects,” she said at the program.The female lawmaker then encouraged communities that benefited to take ownership of the projects by maintaining them while she sources more funding to support other bigger projects.In separate remarks, beneficiary community leaders lauded her for the initiatives, terming the gesture as the first and fastest approach ever since the electoral district #6 was created by Act of the Legislature for a sitting lawmaker to respond to the needs of the citizens.During the dedication, Rep. Mensah received several praises and honors that included gowning and presentation of gifts. Deputy House Speaker Prince K. Moye encouraged the residents to see the initiatives as the best approach by their lawmaker in enhancing development.Moye called on them to remain engaged with Rep. Mensah in identifying and developing other projects that will help government improve the living standard of economically impoverished Liberians in that part of the country.Rep. Mensah came to political relevance through the popular votes she received from the people of district #6 during the 2017 representative elections when she won as an independent candidate, defeating incumbent lawmaker Bill Corneh.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
ROSSES AC runner Noel Diver was first home in Saturday night’s Annagry 5k – and there was one stand-out performance among the women.Letterkenny AC’s Fionnuala Diver was first home – and finished fourth overall.All the results are below: 1 Noel Diver 00:17:31 SM Rosses A.C.2 Eamonn O’Donnell 00:17:47 SM Rosses A.C.3 Kevin McGee 00:17:55 M40+ Rosses A.C. 4 Fionnuala Diver 00:18:26 SW Letterkenny A C5 Edward Harkin 00:18:52 SM Rosses A.C.6 Seimi Ferry 00:19:09 M40+ Individual7 John Wallace 00:19:24 SM Individual8 Denis Forker 00:19:31 SM Rosses A.C.9 Martin McFadden 00:19:54 SM Individual 10 Seamus Rodgers 00:19:55 M40+ Letterkenny A C11 Eugene McCafferty 00:20:02 SM Rosses A.C.12 Brendan McGarigall 00:20:04 M40+ Individual13 Darragh Boyle 00:20:16 SM Individual 14 Paul McGee 00:20:19 SM Rosses A.C.15 Liam Mac Giolla Bhride 00:20:21 SM Individual16 Conor Day 00:20:22 M40+ Individual17 Alan Rodgers 00:20:53 SM Individual18 Michael McElroy 00:21:07 SM Rosses A.C.19 Noreen McGee 00:21:14 SW Rosses A.C.20 Aiden Rodgers 00:21:18 SM Rosses A.C.21 Deidre Diver 00:21:28 SW Rosses A.C.22 Noel Boyd 00:21:47 SM Rosses A.C.23 Owen Coyle 00:21:53 M40+ Rosses A.C.24 Colm Ferriter 00:22:15 SM Rosses A.C.25 Sinead Boyle 00:22:23 SW Rosses A.C.26 John Ferry 00:22:33 M40+ Individual27 Michael Rodgers 00:22:38 M40+ Individual28 Neil Griffin 00:22:42 M40+ Rosses A.C.29 Elise Gillesoie 00:22:49 SW Rosses A.C.30 Ita Gallagher 00:22:50 W40+ Rosses A.C.31 Ryan Wilson 00:23:21 JM (U18) Rosses A.C.32 Kathleen Rodgers 00:23:22 W40+ Individual33 Padraig Gallagher 00:23:28 SM Individual34 Nicola Maguire 00:23:32 SW Individual35 Gavin Boyle 00:23:40 SM Rosses A.C.36 Aidan Kelly 00:24:01 SM Individual37 Kathleen Griffin 00:24:19 M40+ Individual38 Maurice McBride 00:24:32 M40+ Individual39 O.J. Friel 00:24:32 SM Individual40 Angela Trimble 00:24:50 W40+ Individual41 Erin McBride 00:25:52 JW (U18) Individual42 Maureen Doherty 00:26:16 SW Individual43 Kyle Wilson 00:26:34 JM (U18) Rosses A.C.44 Sharon Wilson 00:26:35 SW Rosses A.C.45 Edward Wilson 00:26:39 SM Rosses A.C.46 Liam Bury 00:26:40 SM Rosses A.C.47 Lorraine Boyle 00:26:47 SW Individual48 Patrica O’Donnell 00:27:03 SW Individual49 Leona O’Donnell 00:27:03 SW Individual50 Paddy Robinson 00:27:59 SM Individual51 Michelle Duffy 00:28:46 SW Individual52 Sheila O’Donnell 00:28:57 SW Rosses A.C.53 Eugene O’Donnell 00:29:11 SM Rosses A.C.54 Greata Boyle 00:31:52 SW Individual55 Roseann Gallagher 00:32:48 SW Rosses A.C.56 Mary Murtagh 00:37:23 SW Individual57 Kit Rodgers 00:37:23 W40+ Rosses A.C.58 Brid Sweeney 00:38:55 SW Individual59 Treasa Greene 00:38:55 SW Individual60 Colm O’Donnell 00:39:12 JM (U18) Individual61 Lorna O’Donnell 00:39:13 W40+ Individual62 Cora Boyle 00:41:22 SW Individual63 Leanne Boyle 00:41:22 SW Individual64 Kathleen Mc Gettigan 00:41:55 SW Individual65 Maim Haughey 00:41:57 SW Individual66 Diane Robinson 00:45:51 SW Rosses A.C.67 Amanda Boyle 00:45:51 SW Individual68 Ann Hanlon 00:47:59 SW Individual69 Mable Boyle 00:47:59 SW Individual70 Breda Rodgers 00:49:00 SW IndividualALL THE RESULTS FROM THE ANNAGRY 5K was last modified: May 25th, 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:ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE ANNAGRY 5K
The young man left in intensive care after he was attacked at a house party in West Donegal is a relative of local Sinn Fein TD Pearse Doherty.The man, named locally as Sean Ferry, 19, was set upon at a house in the Annagry area at the weekend.He remains in intensive care at Letterkenny General Hospital with what is believed to be a head injury. Mr Ferry, a talented GAA player with Gaoth Dobhair GAA Club, is a second cousin of the Sinn Fein politician.It is believed the victim was punched a number of times and may have fallen and banged his head.The incident is understood to have happened in the early hours of Monday morning last.Gardai forensic offices sealed off the house where the attack happened and carried out a full investigation on Monday. Mr Ferry was rushed to hospital and his family have been by his bedside since.No arrests have yet been made in connection with the vicious assault.A Garda spokesman confirmed “Gardai in Annagry are investigating a a serious assault which occurred in the village of Annagry at approximately 4.45am on Monday morning.“A 19 year old man received serious head injuries. No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.”Locals are shocked by the attack. “Sean is from a very well-known family in the Gaoth Dobhair area and everyone is in shock.“Everyone is praying that he pulls through. He has a head injury and his family are by his side.“Everyone is in shock that something like this happened,” said one local.MAN LEFT IN INTENSIVE CARE AFTER ATTACK IS RELATIVE OF TD DOHERTY was last modified: June 27th, 2012 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:AnnagryattackPearse DohertySean Ferry
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The OSU Dairy Judging Team of Laura Bond, Colton Harstine, Ella Jackson, and Meghan Sanders participated in the contest located at the Fort Worth Stock Show in Texas on Sunday, January 17. The team finished 2nd in the Jersey breed and Ella Jackson was 5th high individual overall. She also placed in the top 5 in two breeds, as well as 3rd high individual in reasons. With 15 participating teams, this winter destination continues to grow in popularity! The trip also included many locations of cultural interest and visits to dairy farms who offered classes for us to evaluate. Both also had active niche market businesses and shared their expertise on this topic.The Animal Science Recognition banquet will be held on April 2 at the Ohio 4-H Center on campus (click here for reservation form). This year, we will be recognizing the 50, 25, and 10 year anniversary teams. There will also be a silent auction to benefit the judging teams and dairy challenge. If you are interested in these activities, please contact Ayars.firstname.lastname@example.org.At the Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference to be held on March 10, the Dairy Palooza Committee will receive the prestigious 4-H Innovator Award. Many of you reading this newsletter have been directly involved with your time and your financial support. We thank you again for playing an integral role in this accomplishment and the success of this event. If you have not yet viewed our informative video, the link can be located at www.ohiodairypalooza.com.
Hours after inducting media baron Soumya Ranjan Patnaik and social entrepreneur Achyuta Samanta into its fold on Wednesday, the Biju Janata Dal announced their names among its three candidates for the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls.The third nominee, announced by the Chief Minister and BJD president Naveen Patnaik, was veteran actor and party general secretary Prasanta Nanda.Earlier in the day, Mr. Soumya Ranjan Patnaik and Mr. Samanta joined the BJD at Naveen Nivas, the Chief Minister’s residence, in the presence of many Ministers and senior leaders of the party.Numbers in favourThe election of the three BJD candidates to the Upper House will be a smooth affair since the party has the advantage of having 117 legislators in the 147-member State Assembly. The Rajya Sabha elections are scheduled for March 23.The tenure of three members in the Upper House — A.U. Singh Deo and Dilip Tirkey of the BJD and BJD-supported Independent A.V. Swami — is coming to an end on April 3.Mr. Soumya Ranjan Patnaik, son-in-law of former Chief Minister J.B. Patnaik, heads Eastern Media Limited that runs prominent Odia daily Sambad, Odia news channel Kanak TV, FM radio station Radio Choklate and Eastern Opera with six Jatra troupes.He had unsuccessfully contested against former Chief Minister Biju Patnaik as a BJP nominee in Bhubaneswar Assembly seat in 1995. Later, he quit the BJP and was elected to the Lok Sabha from Bhubaneswar constituency in 1996 on a Congress ticket.Mr. Samanta is the founder of Bhubaneswar-based Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences and several other institutions. Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences provides free education with accommodation and food to thousands of tribal students.Kalinga TV founderHe is also the founder of Odia news channel Kalinga TV, which is run by Kalinga Media and Entertainment, a unit of KIIT Group of Institutions.The joining of Mr. Soumya Ranjan Patnaik and Mr. Samanta in the BJD assumes significance as it comes close on the heels of suspension of Kendrapara MP Baijayant Panda from the primary membership of the party. Mr. Panda’s wife, Jagi Mangat Panda, is a promoter of Odisha Television Limited which runs Odia news channel OTV.
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New Delhi, Jul 13 (PTI) Shooters representing the TopGun Shooting Academy dominated proceedings at the 10th Dr. Karni Singh Memorial Shooting Competition, bagging seven gold medals. More than 1500 shooters from all over the country participated in the three-day long competition held in Jaipur. International shooter Shimon Sharif awarded medals to the winners of the competition which was organised by the Bikaner Marksmen Rifle Club. “These are great results by our shooters as most of these shooters are new to the sport and competed in their first ever shooting competition,” said Shimon Sharif, who is also the founder of TopGun Shooting Academy. The academy is managing multiple shooting ranges in Delhi-NCR and many of its shooters are a part of the current national squad. “We follow a very systematic training plan for all our shooters and also have experts for fitness and mental training,” said Sharif. PTI AH AH
A TRIAL DATE HAS BEEN SET IN THE CASE OF AN OMAHA MAN CHARGED WITH VEHICULAR HOMICIDE FROM A FATAL PURSUIT LAST NOVEMBER ON SIOUX CITY’S WESTSIDE.24 YEAR OLD JERELL WILSON IS SCHEDULED TO GO TO TRIAL ON MAY 23RD IN WOODBURY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.A JUDGE DENIED A MOTION TO REDUCE HIS BOND ON THURSDAY.COURT DOCUMENTS ALLEGE WILSON WAS DRIVING THE VEHICLE INVOLVED IN AN 80 MILES AN HOUR PURSUIT ON HAMILTON BOULEVARD.THE VEHICLE CRASHED INTO A RETAINING WALL AT WEST THIRD AND ROSS AND CLAIMED THE LIFE OF 38 YEAR OLD DJUAN BEVERLY, WHO WAS A PASSENGER.WILSON TESTED POSITIVE FOR BOTH MARIJUANA AND OPIATES.AUTHORITIES ALSO FOUND 29 BAGS OF MARIJUANA IN AND AROUND THE VEHICLE AT THE CRASH SITE.WILSON REMAINS HELD IN THE WOODBURY COUNTY JAIL ON $25-THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND.