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Adrián: “Dani Ceballos would love to return to Betis”

first_imgAdrián San Miguel is evident and concise when he thinks of a hypothetical return of Dani Ceballos to Betis: “It’s his resolution. It’s clear that I do know that as a Baetian he would love to return”. That is how the present Liverpool goalkeeper pronounced in an interview with The uncheck during which he had an affect on that chance: “The state of affairs has to occur on either side as a result of he’s from the Actual Madrid squad and is due to Actual Madrid. However coming residence at all times pleases me. I feel if he has that chance, a A superb alternative to return residence at his age and proceed to present how good a footballer he’s. Why not? “Adrián has watched Ceballos intently within the Premier since they each took that course final summer time. The goalkeeper was additionally within the highlight for a doable return to Heliopolis as they now focus extra on the determine of the utrerano, who has not discovered his finest model of the sport since he left the Verdiblanco crew two and a half years in the past. Adrián San Miguel additionally spoke concerning the current and way forward for Joaquín, the present Verdiblanco captain: “Joaquín is and shall be a legend of Betis. When he retires, clearly it will likely be his flip, though now I see that he’s tremendous high quality and he’s getting sooner and sooner. He takes excellent care of himself and is a man who can bodily afford it. Going residence and having fun with retiring within the crew of his loves could be very stunning and hopefully he shall be on condition that recognition ceaselessly as a result of he shall be one of many Betis legends “ LaLiga Santander* Information up to date as of Might 8, 2020 Requested concerning the Baetic quarry, it was clear: “Many instances it’s maybe extra helpful than the one which comes from exterior. I consider that this step that the membership takes to wager on its youth squads is vital, it’s a worth for the long run. It’s one thing you’ll be able to reap the benefits of and if not, get a great slice of it to promote it and get a price economically. The state of affairs of the membership has now improved rather more, the home is being valued extra and I’m glad as a Betis to see that from afar. ” A couple of weeks in the past Dani Ceballos himself threw a wink by means of social networks remembering his debut with the Betis first crew shirt earlier than leaving for Actual Madrid, stressing that it’s his “ceaselessly crew”. His marketing campaign at Arsenal leaves some doubt for Madrid about what destiny awaits his footballer beginning subsequent summer time. The utrerano by no means discovered the boldness of Zinedine Zidane and subsequently may wager on one other change of surroundings with expectant Betis regardless of the financial difficulties that the operation would entail on the finish of this marketing campaign.last_img read more

Officials break ground for national football center

first_imgLearning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ CARMONA, Cavite—The first phase in the development of a national football center was unveiled yesterday with the International Football Federation (Fifa) officially turning over the artificial turf to the Philippine Football Federation at San Lazaro Leisure Park here.Fifa council member Mariano “Nonong” Araneta, who is also president of the PFF, turned over the Fifa-funded project to PFF general secretary Ed Gastanes in a ceremony attended by several Asian Football Confederation and Asean Football Federation officials.ADVERTISEMENT The 2-hectare lot where the field sits was provided by the Manila Jockey Club Inc.“This is a great moment for those who love football,” said Araneta. “Our dream is to have a national football center, which our national team players can call home. We thank Fifa for funding and the MJC for their magnificent generosity in making the site available for us.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog MOST READ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Mayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson A costly, catty dispute finally settledcenter_img End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend View comments Break new ground Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Galanza proud to hard work finally paying off for Lady Falcons Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Winning start It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

Must-win for Painters

first_imgTheir last chance at taking that quarterfinal bonus rests entirely on a win against the Bolts in the 7 p.m. game, and Garcia knows that Meralco will not be an easy customer, considering that it is also pushing hard for a playoff berth.“There’s pressure on both teams, definitely,” Garcia said. “I just told my players to have fun while keeping our objective in sight.”A win would allow the Painters to close out their elimination campaign with an 8-3 record, a mark Garcia believes could also be achieved by “four or five more teams,” including TNT KaTropa.Incidentally, the Texters need to sweep their remaining three games to get there, counting a 4:30 p.m. clash with an Alaska side that is trying to battle through a spate of injuries to key men.“We have a lock on a top six but we definitely want to go top two,” Garcia said. “And we are hoping for some of the teams to lose. But we need to win over Meralco.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Rain or Shine has defeated Phoenix Pulse, San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra earlier in the eliminations, and the Painters will have the inside track on a playoff bonus if they end up tied with those teams.“I think that if we win [against Meralco], and TNT loses [one of its last games], then that’s the only time that we are safe,” he said.On paper, the Painters have the advantage in manpower, with Gilas Pilipinas mainstays Gabe Norwood and Raymond Almazan leading the charge.Meralco, meanwhile, is at 3-5 and also needs to win games in a string if it hopes to make it past this round.The Bolts will be coming off a victory over NorthPort, a double overtime thriller which will give them some momentum heading into this crucial game.The Texters are one of the hottest teams in the tournament with a three-game winning streak going, and they will be clashing with an Alaska side that has lost its last two in lopsided manner.The Aces continue to be without leading scorer Vic Manuel and fellow starters Simon Enciso, Kevin Racal and JV Casio.Alaska has four games left, and at 3-4, needs to sweep those outings to have a chance at making the playoffs in the upper half. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebracenter_img Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief The Elasto Painters shoot to at least have the second best record heading into the playoffs when they battle back-to-the-wall Meralco on Friday, needing no less than a win to keep their bid for a twice-to-beat advantage alive at Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay.“We have to go hard against Meralco if we want to have a chance at a top two [finish],” Garcia had said after an 85-82 loss to Columbian that doomed them to their first losing streak of the season.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“We spent the past week showing them (players) why we felt that they were not the same players that played earlier [in] the eliminations,” Garcia said. “And I think we addressed that already.”“It was a pity that we lost that game,” Garcia told the Inquirer on Thursday, reflecting on what could have been had they snapped a three-game losing streak against the Dyip dating back to last season. “I told the players that had we won that game, we would have been OK already.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Gabe Norwood and the Painters can’t let this game against Meralco slip away. —AUGUST DELA CRUZRain or Shine coach Caloy Garcia rued about his players not being themselves in their last two games.They better start finding their old form fast or let a quarterfinal bonus in the PBA Philippine Cup playoffs slip out of their hands.ADVERTISEMENT Wangs trips Marinerong Pilipino five View commentslast_img read more

Bility Boasts ‘Surprise Support’ for FIFA Presidential Race

first_imgWith 75 days to the deadline of registration of candidates in the FIFA Presidential Bid, Liberia’s football chief, Musa Bility, has revealed that 13 countries have assured him of his nomination to replace Sepp Blatter.Mr. Bility said instead of the traditional five recommendations from member countries, he has received a surprise support of 13 countries up to yesterday and claimed that he is a potential candidate.Though, he failed to reveal the nations that pledged support to his nomination, as part of his pioneering strategy, he said they are from Europe and the Caribbean.He made the disclosure yesterday at the Headquarters of the LFA, attended by scores of sports journalists.“I received support and I’m surprised of it – I need five countries in writing – but up now I have support from 13 countries – and I don’t want to expose these countries as part of our strategy,” Mr. Bility said.“I am running for FIFA president that wouldn’t change – some people have limited vision and they want me to also have that limited vision – it’s good to think big and I’m running for FIFA President.”“There would be stumbles, but I wouldn’t be deterred, but would try to do whatever it takes – but the only painful thing is what comes out of my country,” Bility indicated.The LFA president stated that he is and strong confident and wouldn’t change his presidential bid.Mr. Bility, 48, said that he knows the “math and know what to go for the kill,” arguing that he has always been on the winning side.In the 2006 and 2011 Presidential Elections, Mr. Bility supported the Unity Party led government of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and in the latter was the chairman of the mobilization campaign for Montserrado County – and in both elections, President Sirleaf won.In the 2014 Special Senatorial Elections, Mr. Bility campaigned against the UP in favor of Sen. George Weah.Mr. Bility reiterated that his meeting with CAF, which was declined – was not about CAF endorsing him.Bility said the CAF meeting was an honor to gain their moral support, because their support cannot translate into votes.He stressed that it was merely a privilege to have had the opportunity to talk to the entire CAF Executive Committee, to answer questions – concerns, admirations – all the issues that are wrong with football, – but it was considered only an opportunity to explain his platform for the football top post.“I would love for CAF to endorse me but if on the 28th of October, CAF doesn’t support me, I would only salute them and move on,” Mr. Bility said. Meanwhile, Bility said though President Sirleaf endorsed his candidacy evidence of the appeal by Deputy Information Minister Isaac Jackson to Liberians to rally their support for him, there are many Liberians who think he shouldn’t run for the presidency.“There are many of you who don’t want me to dream my own dream – it’s my right to run, but most Liberians think I’m running to represent the country, so I shouldn’t run – but it’s wrong – I am running as Musa Bility from Liberia,” Bility said.Meanwhile, besides Bility, four persons have also registered their interest, they include: Michel Platini, President of UEFA; Netherlands Football Federation president Michael van Praag; Chung Mong-joon, former Fifa vice-president and Luis Figo, former Real Madrid Player.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Mrs. Mary Eliza Cooper Horton Dies

first_imgThe late Mrs. Mary Eliza Cooper Horton – Advertisement – The death is announced of Mrs. Mary Eliza Cooper Horton, widow of Dr. A. Romeo Horton, former Minister of Commerce and Industry and founder of the Bank of Liberia, the first Liberian-owned bank.According to daughter Nuna Horton, Mrs. Horton passed away quietly and peacefully on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at the Fidelity Health Care Clinic at 20th Street, Sinkor, Monrovia, following a  brief illness.  She was in her 92nd year.Following her graduation from the College of West Africa (CWA) in 1947, Mary Eliza was in 1952 awarded a scholarship along with four others to travel to the United States of America to study Court Reporting and Secretarial Science.  One of the four awarded this scholarship was her longtime friend, Ms. Muriel Best. They matriculated to the Blackwell College in Maryland. Upon their completion, they returned home and Mary Eliza briefly worked with the Ministry of Justice during the tenure of the Attorney  General C. Abayomi Cassell, doing Court Reporting.In 1954, Mary Eliza was transferred to the Executive Mansion, where she served as one of the four Executive Secretaries to President William V.S. Tubman.  She worked in this capacity for 10 consecutive years, from 1954 to 1964, along with the other Executive Secretaries, Walter Moore, Phillip Brumskine and Mai Padmore.On November 11, 1956, she was joined in Holy Matrimony with Dr. Alexander Romeo Horton, founder of the Bank of Liberia and Secretary of Commerce and Industry during the Tubman administration.  This union lasted for 49 unbroken years until his death in December of 2005.Mary Eliza was a born Episcopalian but later joined her husband’s church, St. Simon Baptist, and remained there until her passing.She left the Executive Mansion in 1966 to work for the National Housing Authority under the tenure of the Late Hon. Frank O. Roberts as Personnel Director & Administrative Assistant until 1972.  During her last year she also worked under the tenure of Mrs. Edith Harris.In her social affiliations, Mrs. Horton was a member of the International Women’sClub, Ducor Palace Hotel, 1970; and Order of Eastern Star, Tharah Chapter No. 14, Bomi Hills.  In church activities, she was a Deaconess St Simon BaptistOn July 19, 2013 President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Conferred the Distinction of Dame  Grand Commander in Humane Order of African Redemption.Mrs. Mary Eliza Cooper Horton was born in Harper City, Cape Palmas, Maryland County on February 29, 1928 to the union of Mr. Henry Jenkins Roosevelt Cooper and Mrs. Lucinda Anne Smythe Cooper. At the young age of nine, Mary Eliza came to Monrovia to live with her mother until her mother’s sudden passing in 1941 when Mary Eliza was thirteen (13) years old. She then returned to Harper City and attended Cape Palmas Junior High School while living with her father and graduated in 1943.Her father, Henry Jenkins Roosevelt Cooper, shared a very close relationship with the newly elected President of Liberia, William V.S. Tubman, and was to be appointed Attorney General.  Unfortunately, when Mary Eliza was fifteen, she lost her father, who died suddenly on December 14, 1943, while preparing for President Tubman’s Inauguration, scheduled for January 1944 in Monrovia. After her father’s death she relocated to Monrovia to live with her maternal grandmother and also her name sake, the Late Mrs. Mary Eliza Pritchard on Carey Street, Crown Hill, Monrovia. Mary Eliza entered the College of West Africa (C.W.A.) and graduated from high school in 1947.Mrs. Mary Eliza Cooper Horton was predeceased by her husband the Late Dr. Alexander Romeo Horton, grandson Romeo Stefan Horton, her brothers Edwin, Jenkins, Roosevelt, Boston, Eugene, Francis & Eldrich, her sisters Eugenia Cooper Gardiner and Magdelene Cooper Johnson, her sister-in-law Alice Danlette and her brother-in-law Stephen Augustus Pettigrew Horton.She is survived by her aunt, Annie Cooper Marquis, her sisters Angelique Cooper Jones (Dr. Jacob A. Jones) and Lucinda Cooper Anderson, cousins James H.R. Cooper Sr. (Evita) and Melita Cummings, brother-in-law Francis L. M. Horton, Sr. (Augusta), her brothers’ surviving widows: Luisa (Jenkins), Eleanor (Francis) & Marjorie (Eugene), her brother-in –law’s surviving widow Valerie (Stephen), her children Danlette Nuna, Kaima Taylor (Robert), Maureen Mason, Shephard (Kelly), Renee (Louis), Romelle Alexine, John Youboty (Margaret), John Horton (Martha) & Noel Tehoungue (Bentoe), her grand-children, great grand-children, cousins, nieces, nephews, Godsons: Amb. Timothy E. Thomas and Lester Parker III, God daughters: Rita Thompson, Trypetus Cooper Padmore, Dr. Lisa Angeline Cooper, Sharon Tubman Green and Juliet E. Cooper Allen along with many close relatives, friends and associates.Funeral arrangements:Removal of the Body from the Anderson Funeral Home @ 5:00 p.m., Friday, September 6, 2019Wake Keeping 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., St. Simon Baptist Church, Horton Avenue, Capitol By Pass MonroviaFuneral Service on Saturday, September 7, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m., St. Simon Baptist Church, Horton AvenueInterment will take place at Horton Farm, in Totota, Bong County.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

AFC sidelined by President again

first_imgGECOM Commissioner post…decision is an injustice – party leader…Granger says his selection was “fit and proper”Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC), Raphael Trotman, has said that the Party is disappointed that President David Granger had overlooked its nominee for the position of Commissioner on the Guyana Elections Commission and had gone on to appoint Working People’s Alliance member Desmond Trotman for the post. The position became available after APNU nominee Sandra Jones passed away over the weekend.Raphael TrotmanThe AFC Head told reporters that the AFC feels it has been meted out an injustice, since it was promised the post.“On the other hand, the AFC as a party, I can tell you that we are pretty disturbed and disappointed that it was not chosen again to name the replacement. This is an ongoing saga; it has been ongoing for about 8 years between the Opposition parties,” he said.“We (the AFC) have been promised the position for some time, and we had really hoped that, having been seen as a worthy partner in the Coalition, we would have been seen worthy to name one of our ranks to (that) position,” Raphael Trotman explained.AFC Chairman Khemraj Ramjattan had earlier this week revealed that President David Granger had requested the party to present a name to fill this vacant post and Williams had been suggested. He had noted that should the President, for some reason, not find favour with Williams, the party’s alternative nominee would be Beverley Alert, a former AFC spokesperson.The AFC has always pressed to have representation on the Elections Commission, especially given that the party had representation in Parliament, where it once held five seats, and then seven seats subsequently.Desmond Trotman being presented with his Instrument of Appointment by President David GrangerThe party’s executive committee has released a statement supporting its leader’s expression of dissatisfaction.“Further, acknowledging that 65% of the electorate is under the age of 40 years, the AFC believes that the appointment of the GECOM commissioner should have taken this salient point into consideration. In this regard, the rank and file members of the AFC have expressed reservation about the appointment, and were expecting the new commissioner to be a youth or a woman, as was proposed by the party,” the statement read.The party added that this sidelining and backpedalling by the APNU reinforces the call for review of the Cummingsburg Accord, which is scheduled for review after midnight on February 13, 2018, when the three-year period comes to an end.“There is a requirement to review the Accord after 3 years, and (those) 3 years will expire on February 13 at midnight. So it is well within the rights of the AFC to request that, and I have no complaints against that,” President David Granger has said.Responding to that Party’s disappointment, Granger has said it was up to his judgement to make the selection, and he has considered all the nominees, and Desmond Trotman prevailed as the “fit and proper” person.“The Coalition is a coalition of 6 parties, and every party was asked to make a nomination, and they did. Every party made nominations, even the PNC. It is up to my judgment, and I am empowered under the Constitution to exercise my judgment on this matter, and I believe that when all the nominees are looked at, Mr Trotman is the fittest,” the President told reporters.Desmond Trotman, who is 72 years old, has been chosen over younger nominees such as Trevor Williams and Chairman of the Georgetown Public Hospital’s Board, Attorney Kesaundra Alves. Just recently, following an appeal by Youth Ambassadors in Parliament, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo stood and told the ambassadors that the coalition Government is one for the youths.The coalition won the May 2015 general elections on the premise of providing opportunities for the advancement of youths; and two and a half years later, it is yet to deliver.The Guyana Elections Commission has six Commissioners. The Constitution allows the President to have three nominees on the Commission based on his own judgement; the other three are to be appointed based on the judgement of the Opposition.Charles Corbin, Desmond Trotman and Vincent Alexander are the Government’s commissioners; while opposition People’s Progressive Party Civic commissioners are Bibi Shaddick, Robeson Benn and Sase Gunraj.last_img read more

The smiles are back at Wazito, says Ouna

first_img0Shares0000Wazito FC assistant coach Frank Ouna reacts on the bench during the Kenyan Premier League match against Kariobangi Sharks on November 25, 2019. PHOTO/Wazito FC/TwitterNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 27 – Frank Ouna is confident that Wazito will be able to put their season back on track, saying the ‘smiles are back’ in the team after he made a second coming at the club following the firing of the previous technical bench.Ouna aided Wazito to their first ever top tier promotion but left soon after to join KCB. He made a return to the fold early this week as assistant coach after previous boss Melis Medo was fired following poor results in his first four games in charge.“It is positive to see that the smiles are back and the players are playing with confidence. Everyone is enjoying and against Kariobangi Sharks you could see that everyone wants to be involved and everyone wants the ball,” Ouna stated.Ouna will be joined in the new look Wazito coaching team by former AFC Leopards and Sofapaka boss Stewart Hall whose last assignment was in Ethiopia with St. George. Hall will be the new boss at the club and will be tasked with reviving the side.“We have had a conversation with him and basically we are two people who are on the same line of thinking. I look forward to working with him and getting the team back on track. We are not in a good position and we have to work to rise back again,” stated the tactician.Hall will be Wazito’s third coach in 11 games, a new remarkable record of hiring and firing in the country’s top flight.Fred Ambani who helped the team get their slot back in the Premier League was fired alongside Technical Director Stanley Okumbi and in their place, Medo who has previously coached Sofapaka and Mount Kenya United came in.Former Wazito FC head coach Fred Ambani on the bench during a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Wazito FC/TwitterHowever, the American tactician could not last long at the club as after just four games, he was shown the door.Ouna and Hall have a huge task ahead of them, uniting a team that has not seem to be dancing to the same tune since the season began.A spendthrift nature over the pre-season transfer window saw them bring on board a myriad of former and current stars, and the failure to build a team around them has seen the club win only two of their opening 11 games of the campaign.They will look on to the next fixture with a bit of hope as they face a Chemelil Sugar side that has struggled both on and off the pitch this season. The Sugar Millers have picked just one point from 10 matches in a 1-1 draw with Kisumu All Stars.It is a match that Ouna and Hall will fancy to get the team back in bounce and head into the top half of the standings.“We need to continue working because the 0-0 draw with Sharks was just one step. We need to get our confidence back and start playing good football. It is a journey which I believe will lead us somewhere good,” Ouna stated further.0Shares0000(Visited 22 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Midfielder reveals regret over switch from Southampton to Liverpool

first_imgLiverpool midfielder Adam Lallana revealed he regrets how his summer switch from Southampton to Anfield transpired last summer, but claims he did not force a move away from his former club.The 26-year-old was one of three Saints players signed by Brendan Rodgers in the summer, with Dejan Lovren and Rickie Lambert also brought in to the Merseyside club.The Reds made three separate bids for Lallana before a fee of £25million was agreed, and the England international admitted the move will have left a “sour taste” among some of Southampton’s supporters.“I’m not stupid enough to think the way I left didn’t leave a sour taste in a few people’s mouths,” he told the BBC.“I regret the way I left. I regret bits and pieces of how it happened and it got nasty. It was sad the way it happened.“What is true is that when I knew of Liverpool’s interest and that they had put a bid in, I did say to the club it would be my wish if they could negotiate a fee for me to move on.“Not for one second did I say I wouldn’t play for the club again. I’m man enough to say it was my choice and my decision for me to move on.Lallana missed Liverpool’s 2-1 victory on the opening weekend of the Premier League season, and claimed his absence may have been a “blessing in disguise” due to his emotional attachment to Southampton where he spent 12 years.“It’s still not sunk in that I’m going to be playing against Southampton,” he added.“I think it was a blessing in disguise that I was injured for the first game.“Even being in the crowd watching that day I just felt really emotional so to have been out there would have been way too soon.“The rawness of it all has got easier over the past six months.“I’ve got huge respect for the club; part of me doesn’t even know how I’m going to play. It’s all a bit surreal.“I just have to be professional and play well for Liverpool. I’ve got too much respect to celebrate [if he scores].” 1 Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana last_img read more

‘Let the clear out begin’ – Defensive flop shown the door, Liverpool fans keen for more signings

first_imgCentral defender Sebastian Coates’ unsuccessful spell at Liverpool is drawing to a close.The 24-year-old has agreed to a £4 million move to fellow Premier League outfit Sunderland, where he spent last season on loan.The Uruguay international’s departure is expected to be finalised next week after his nation’s exit from the Copa America at the hands of Chile.However, he might not be the last member of Brendan Rodgers’ side to be ushered towards the Anfield exit this summer.Liverpool transfer news: Five players set to leave Anfield?The Northern Irish manager has already overseen a flurry of new arrivals, but could yet sanction the sale of several members of his squad too.But did Coates deserve to be deemed surplus to requirements? Or did he need more time to develop on Merseyside?Liverpool fans have had their say on the matter and you can see the best reaction to Coates’ imminent departure below…. ‘Not good enough for a top four side’ – Liverpool fans pleased to see Sebastian Coates sign for Sunderland 1last_img read more

DDTV VIDEO: JANET DEVLIN WOWS X FACTOR SHOW 3

first_imgJANET Devlin turned rocker on the X Factor this weekend – without over-doing the rock.Click the video to see her in action. DONEGALDAILY.COM – WE ROCK!DDTV VIDEO: JANET DEVLIN WOWS X FACTOR SHOW 3 was last modified: October 22nd, 2011 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:donegalJanet DevlinTyroneweek 3x factorlast_img read more