People wake up to Letterkenny-Derry road lined with white crosses

first_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Previous articleDerry City look to hit back at Pats : Captain Gerard DohertyNext articleHighland TV: Keelan Arbuckle, Elaine Boyle and Norman Borland shine on MNS News Highland Facebook Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan AudioHomepage BannerNews People travelling on the main Letterkenny to Derry road today are being met with a long line of small white crosses on the side of the road.It’s understood that they were placed there overnight by a local pro-life movement ahead of up the upcoming abortion referendum.Thousands of crosses can be seen from Letterkenny’s Dry Arch roundabout all the way out to Bridgend.Christopher was one of those who were involved in putting them up:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/chrifghgfhgfhgfs1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Donegal Together For Yes media coordinator Sinead Stewart has been giving her reaction:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/sinefgfgfad10am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Google+ Facebook Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR People wake up to Letterkenny-Derry road lined with white crossescenter_img Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Twitter By News Highland – May 18, 2018 WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA last_img read more

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Hannah Moore has her first exhibit at the Field Gallery

first_img “Among the Wild Irises.” — Hannah Moore “Twilight.” — Hannah Moore “Green Heron with Pink Roses.” — Hannah Moore 1 of 8 “Two Swans.” — Hannah Moore In her artist’s statement, Moore writes, “I attempt to capture the vibrancy of nature in somewhat dreamlike scenes with ambiguous landscapes. Painting and drawing allow me an outlet to explore the natural and urban world and the creatures that reside in it. I can create a space that combines my gained knowledge of the surrounding wildlife with a world of my own invention.”Speaking of the timing of her first professional show, Moore says, “I had met with Chris and Jennifer to show them some of my work and talk about the possibility of having a show. At that time I didn’t have a series that had a cohesive style and subject matter yet. This is the first time that I’ve really had a whole body of work.”Pillsworth says, “I’m glad we waited. The work is spectacular. She has a wonderful balance of very Old World and traditional with a very contemporary style.”Although both of Moore’s parents are successful artists (her mother is ceramicist Heather Goff) she has clearly developed a style all her own, and is forging her way through her own merits. Currently the Granary Gallery is showcasing Andrew’s work, but the timing is sheerly coincidental. Says Pillsworth: “My goal is to introduce Hannah on her own. She demonstrates a level of mastery of skill that I don’t normally see in someone this young.”Hannah Moore’s work will be up at the Field Gallery in West Tisbury through August 23, along with the work of artist Max Decker. The gallery is open daily 10 am to 5 pm, and open on Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm. View the exhibit online at fieldgallery.com. “Two Swans in Ink.” — Hannah Moore “While the Daylilies Bloom.” — Hannah Moore “In the Moonlight.” — Hannah Moore “Chris [Morse, co-owner of the Granary, Field, and North Water Street Galleries] and I have been in discussions with her for a few years,” says Pillsworth. “We were waiting for the right moment when she felt that she had a complete body of work. I feel like the timing was perfect — introducing her on our 50th anniversary.”Aside from their family ties and the fact that both are represented by Morse’s galleries, when it comes to their work, Hannah and Andrew have little in common. While the latter works in realism, capturing Vineyard scenes with remarkable accuracy, Hannah’s work has a highly stylized quality. For the current series she has depicted a variety of birds inhabiting softly dreamlike landscapes, showcasing both her skill as a draughtsman and illustrator, and a wonderfully imaginative quality.Among her influences, Moore cites the work of Art Nouveau artists from the late 19th and early 20th century. In her artist’s statement she writes, “I take inspiration from naturalist artists like John James Audubon and the poster artists of the 19th century and the Vienna Secession. I am influenced by their mentality toward composition and the contrast of organic forms with geometric shapes, the flat hand-in-hand with the dimensional.” Her work shows a passion for stylistic design elements combined with nature — giving her drawing and watercolor renderings a highly romantic quality. “I like to piece together different flowers and other images that I’ve been inspired by to create a sort of montage space,” says Moore. “For this series I’ve mainly been working with watercolor and ink. I really love ink drawings. I use a little quill.”Moore developed an interest in birds at an early age. She notes that her father often worked from life studies of animals for his nature paintings. While in college, the Vineyard-raised artist spent a great deal of time studying taxidermy birds at various natural history collections.“A lot of my work is based on pencil drawings of taxidermy,” she says. Eventually Moore’s love of nature drove her back to the Vineyard from her temporary home in Chicago, where she was primarily doing illustration commissions. She moved back to the Island last year in order to pursue painting full-time. Hannah Moore first met Field Gallery director Jennifer Pillsworth officially, as artist and gallerist respectively, when the former was attending an exhibit of her father, Andrew Moore’s, work at the Granary Gallery. Hannah happened to be the subject of one of Andrew’s paintings. Now, five years later, the young artist is having a show of her own at the Field Gallery — her first professional exhibit. Hannah Moore in her art studio. — Courtesy Field Gallerylast_img read more

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Sourav Ganguly gushes about pink ball test atmosphere : Have you seen this in…

first_imgAdvertisement 2f5NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs87yqgWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E65k( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) aeyiWould you ever consider trying this?😱6rlcuyeCan your students do this? 🌚ghtpRoller skating! Powered by Firework The President of BCCI, Sourav Ganguly is overwhelmed with the crowd response at Eden Gardens in the pink ball test match. In the first two days the stadium was completely filled up. In India, we do not witness such a response of crowd in test cricket much often.Advertisement Sourav Ganguly had a dream that the pink ball test cricket would also be played in India. The team management of India previously refused to play pink ball day night tests against Australia and West Indies. However, this time Sourav Ganguly was able to convince Virat Kohli and Co to play pink ball test cricket in India.Advertisement The atmosphere at Eden Gardens was electrifying for the day night test match. However, there was no contest between these two sides. Bangladesh were not able to match the standards of India and the test match finished within two and a half day. The former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid also praised about the atmosphere of Eden Gardens in the pink ball test match. However, Ganguly seemed to be cautious about the future of pink ball cricket in India as many things would need to be assessed in near future. However, he told that a day night match against England, Australia or South Africa would certainly attract the audience more.Sourav Ganguly on why he batted for D/N tests: Test cricket needs rejuvenation!Advertisement   Advertisementlast_img read more

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Silver medal bittersweet for Kootenay Wildcats

first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsFor the third consecutive year the Kootenay Wildcats watched as another team celebrated a provincial title.Thompson/Okanagan Rockets scored the only goal of the third period to squeak out a 3-2 victory in game three of the 2010-2011 Female Midget AAA Championship Sunday night in Rutland.The Rockets win the best-of-three series 2-1 and repeat at Female Midget AAA Champions.“Try as we might we (just) could not get a break,” said Kootenay coach Mario DiBella. The Wildcats lost in 2009 to the Vancouver Fusion and in 2010 to the Rockets.This season it appeared to be different story as Kootenay opened the series Friday with a 3-1 win. Goals by Shannon Hall of Rock Creek and Hailey McLean of Castlegar staked the Cats to a quick 2-0 lead.Thompson/Okanagan scored a power play goal to pull within a goal of Kootenay. But before the regular season champs could get any closer Hall scored her second of the game into an empty net.“(We) played tremendous defence over the last period,” DiBella said.Saturday, once gain the Cats scored first with Cranbrook’s Daley Oddy giving the visitors the early 1-0 lead.Thompson/Okanagan tied the game then scored twice on the power play to take a 3-1 lead.Oddy, a member of the 2011 Team B.C. squad that competed in the Canada Winter Games in Halifax, scored her second of the game to close the margin to 3-2 but Kootenay could not find the equalizer. DiBella was less than impressed with the officiating in game two.“(Those calls) unfortunately adversely influenced the outcome of the game for the Wildcats,” DiBella lamented.Sunday, for the third consecutive game Kootenay scored first as Team B.C. defenceman Aimee DiBella of Nelson gave the Cats a 1-0 lead with a power play marker.Thompson/Okanagan tied the game before the period ended. In the second the Rockets took the lead. This time Hall came to the rescue, evening the game after 40 minutes.The third period turned into a defensive battle as both teams looked for opportunities to score.The Rockets took advantage of their chance, getting the winner on the power play.Kootenay pressed for the tying goal, pulling the goalie in the final minute of the game despite playing a player short but could not tie the contest and for the third straight season win finish as silver [email protected]last_img read more

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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – FRIDAY MARCH 4, 2016

first_imgFernando Perez1321113198%33%$642,344 Jeff Bonde2872425%46%$168,010 Santiago Gonzalez20538292419%44%$1,507,469 John Sadler62118518%39%$507,619 Kristin Mulhall3676219%42%$306,520 FINISH LINES: Congrats to seven-pound apprentice rider Bruno Panicucci on winning his first race at Santa Anita yesterday aboard Icona for trainer Phil D’Amato. “He earned it,” D’Amato said. “He works hard.” Icona won by a length-and-a-half and paid $7.60 as the second choice. Panicucci now has eight career wins, his first four coming in his native France . . . Retired Hall of Fame riding great Laffit Pincay Jr. was a visitor to Clockers’ Corner Friday, looking fit enough to ride again. “I visited my native country of Panama a few times, I’ve also spent some time with my mother, Rosario, who is 93 and in an assisted living facility, and I recently returned from a Jockey and Jeans event in Ft. Lauderdale benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund,” said Pincay, who turned 69 last Dec. 26 and retired in 2003 . . . Rosie Ybarra celebrates her 64th birthday next Thursday, March 10. “I came to Santa Anita 37 years ago for the Strub Stakes and never left,” said the popular grub and grog hostess at Clockers’ Corner. “I’ve been at Clockers’ Corner now for 20 years.” Tyler Baze19520312810%41%$1,077,416 EFFINEX ARRIVES FOR SANTA ANITA HANDICAPMOR SPIRIT DRILLS SATURDAY FOR SAN FELIPE KOBE‘S BACK WORKS FOR THE SAN CARLOSOM IS ON COURSE FOR GRADE I KILROE MILE Martin Garcia94169917%36%$905,399 Rafael Bejarano19342372022%51%$1,898,377 UNUSUAL HEAT: CALIFORNIA’S $50 MILLION MANPerennial California leading sire Unusual Heat has passed the $50 million mark in cumulative progeny earnings, becoming the first sire in the history of California breeding to achieve this while standing his entire career in the Golden State.Unusual Heat has sired 18 crops, and his 16th crop of two year olds will hit race tracks this year. As of Thursday, he boasted $50,158,241 in earnings.It was only fitting that the race putting Unusual Heat over the milestone was the stirring stretch drive victory by his son Boozer in the Sensational Star Stakes at Santa Anita Park on Feb. 27.Unusual Heat is the all-time leading sire in California in total progeny earnings, California-bred earnings and career progeny turf earnings. He set the all-time single-season California record for progeny earnings in 2008 with over $5.8 million and was again the California earnings champion for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, becoming the leading sire in California for an unprecedented six consecutive seasons in the modern era.In 2015 Unusual Heat achieved an unmatched ninth consecutive season of over $3 million in progeny earnings and also won his 12th consecutive California-bred North American Turf earnings championship. He has sired one Eclipse Award winner and 15 California champions, including 2015 two-year-old filly champion Pacific Heat.Unusual Heat has also started to make his mark as a broodmare sire, adding eight new stakes winners since 2015, including Grade I winners Masochistic and Spanish Queen.Unusual Heat is 26 years old and currently standing his 19th season at stud in California and his sixth at Harris Farms in Coalinga, CA.For more information about Unusual Heat, contact Harris Auerbach at [email protected] or go to www.unusualheat.com . Mike Smith68761310%38%$944,075 Edwin Maldonado13025111219%37%$849,205 David Lopez1162081617%38%$600,811 (Current Through Thursday, March 3) Brice Blanc464579%35%$451,940 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Joseph Talamo17318202210%35%$968,014 Steven Miyadi49911818%57%$304,544 Drayden Van Dyke11213131512%37%$741,724 Mark Glatt6588312%29%$369,025 Hector Palma3053517%43%$134,547 Gary Stevens50106720%46%$1,113,803 William Spawr2975324%52%$187,687 Carla Gaines3762216%27%$453,015 Bob Baffert7917121222%52%$1,263,570 Ron Ellis2252223%41%$164,730 OM ‘READY TO ROLL’ IN FRANK E. KILROE MILEMultiple graded stakes winner Om is at the ready for the Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile on turf March 12.“He just breezed two days ago, so we’re all set in that regard,” trainer Dan Hendricks said. “He got his work in and we’ll get a good strong gallop in Wednesday or Thursday. He’s doing good and we’re ready to roll.”Om was third behind Bolo and Obviously in the Grade II Arcadia Mile on grass Feb. 13, but won three of his previous four starts before that.Probable for the Kilroe: Bal a Bali, Flavien Prat; De Treville, Bolo, Mike Smith; Kenjisstorm, Edwin Maldonado; Ocho Ocho Ocho, no rider; Om, Gary Stevens; and What a View, Kent Desormeaux. KOBE‘S BACK BREEZES FOR SAN CARLOSKobe’s Back, on the winning track again after wearing blinkers to capture the Palos Verdes Stakes on Feb. 7, worked four furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Friday in 47.20 for Peter Eurton under regular rider Gary Stevens.Kobe’s Back is headed for the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on March 12. Also working for the San Carlos Friday was Salutos Amigos for trainer David Jacobson. Salutos Amigos was second in the Palos Verdes, beaten only a half-length.Probable for the San Carlos: Calculator, Flavien Prat; Kobe’s Back, Gary Stevens; Outside Nashville, Martin Garcia; Salutos Amigos, Mike Smith; San Onofre, no rider; and 2015 San Carlos winner Wild Dude, Rafael Bejarano. Flavien Prat18433262718%47%$1,944,601 Mike Puype58611310%34%$301,130 Philip D’Amato9621161622%55%$1,100,485 Agapito Delgadillo7398612%32%$251,607 Jerry Hollendorfer991591415%38%$981,546 Doug O’Neill13522192116%46%$1,130,473 J. Keith Desormeaux3565817%54%$241,069 Peter Miller971191211%33%$476,435 EASTERN INVADER EFFINEX SETTLES IN FOR BIG ‘CAPEffinex, the probable favorite for the 79th running of the Grade I, $1 million Santa AnitaHandicap presented by San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino a week from Saturday, March 12, arrived safely from Florida early Thursday evening and was bedded down in trainer Eoin Harty’s barn to prepare for the prestigious mile-and-a-quarter classic.“We left Palm Meadows at 6:30 a.m. our time (Eastern Standard Time) and got in the barn about 6:30 (Pacific Time),” said Kent Sweezey, assistant to Jimmy Jerkens, who trains Effinex.“It made for a long day for him but he ate up everything last night and looks good. I had him walking this morning and bouncing around, so he shipped good.”Sweezey, who recently turned 30, is a native of Lexington, Ky. He worked with Harty until parting company two years ago at Del Mar and has been with Jerkens for 18 months. Prior to that, he was with Christophe Clement for a bit, then came to Southern California where he was with Harty for three years.“The horse hasn’t run since November 27 (when he won the Grade I Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs),” Sweezey said. “Initially, we were going to give him a break after that. Then the World Cup was considered but we felt he wouldn’t be ready to go all the way to Dubai (for the March 26 race), so we decided the Santa Anita Handicap was the next-best option.”Effinex, a five-year-old full horse by Mineshaft bred in New York by Dr. Russell S. Cohen, a veterinarian, is owned by the Tri-Bone Stables. The horse has won seven of 20 starts and earned $2,112,950.“Effinex will breeze here for sure, but rain is supposed to come the next couple days, so it puts us in a predicament,” Sweezey said. “We gave him a little breeze Wednesday before we left Palm Meadows–I’m not sure it even went down as a breeze–but he blew out a little bit.“He jogged today, will gallop tomorrow, breeze in the next couple of days and then go straight into the race. Maybe Jimmy will be here for the race. I’m not sure. We’ve got a bunch of good young horses in Florida one of which might run there the same day Effinex runs here, so Jimmy will have to make a decision if he’s going to come out or not.”Probable for the Santa Anita Handicap: Donworth, Mario Gutierrez; Effinex, Mike Smith; General A Rod, Rafael Bejarano; Hard Aces, no rider; Imperative, Santiago Gonzalez; and Melatonin, no rider.In other Big ‘Cap news:According to Santa Anita’s work tab, Donworth worked four furlongs Friday on Santa Anita’s fast main track in 48 seconds flat under exercise rider Jonny Garcia. Trainer Doug O’Neill, however, had the son of Tiznow going a mile in 1:45, the last eighth of a mile in 11:60.“He went super,” O’Neill said. “All systems are go.”Trainer Phil D’Amato said turf marathon specialist Big John B would pass the race in favor of the Grade II San Luis Rey Stakes at a mile and a half on grass Sunday, March 13.Havana Belle, a four-year-old filly that won the $75,000 Astra Stakes at a mile and a half on grass Jan. 17, also is ticketed for the San Luis Rey for D’Amato. Brice Blanc, who was aboard the Irish-bred filly in the 2 ¼-length Astra upset at 10-1, retains the mount.Bob Baffert said Cat Burglar, who also is nominated to the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs March 12, would not run in the Handicap.Gold Cup at Santa Anita winner Hard Aces is scheduled to work tomorrow for John Sadler at 6:45 or 7:45 a.m.Team Hollendorfer also is likely to have a starter, although Dan Ward, assistant to trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, said they were waiting on “the weights and the weather” before rendering a final decision. Hollendorfer has three horses nominated: Cyrus Alexander, Point Piper and Southern Freedom.Fans at Santa Anita on Big Cap Day will receive a free Santa Anita Fleece Blanket presented by San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino with paid admission while supplies last.            First post time will be 12 noon. Admission gates open at 10 a.m.MOR SPIRIT HEADS SAN FELIPE WORKERS TOMORROWMor Spirit, Bob Baffert’s primary Triple Crown contender, is scheduled to work Saturday at a time and distance the trainer did not reveal for the San Felipe Stakes on March 12.Baffert said Martin Garcia would be aboard for the workout.Also scheduled to breeze Saturday for the Grade II San Felipe at 1 1/16 miles are undefeated California-bred Smokey Image for Carla Gaines, Robert B. Lewis Stakes runner-up Uncle Lino, five furlongs at 6:45 under regular rider Fernando Perez for trainer Gary Sherlock, and Danzing Candy for trainer Cliff Sise Jr.Probable for the San Felipe: Danzing Candy, Exaggerator, Mor Spirit, Smokey Image and Uncle Lino. Steve Knapp2751319%33%$153,830 Vladimir Cerin3393527%52%$307,630 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Alonso Quinonez614847%26%$206,150 Richard Baltas8014121018%45%$980,394 Martin Pedroza74109414%31%$282,700 Peter Eurton6912161117%57%$743,317 Mario Gutierrez14619252113%45%$1,135,369 Clifford Sise, Jr.1854128%56%$196,540 Victor Espinoza6189613%38%$681,135 Patrick Gallagher2863521%50%$468,023 Jeff Mullins2456021%46%$164,634 Abel Lezcano5462411%22%$254,764 George Papaprodromou3973618%41%$213,890 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Kent Desormeaux8412211614%58%$1,024,990 -30-last_img read more

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The Minimum Effective Amount of Preparation to Prospect

first_imgYou need to be prepared to prospect. But not as much as you might think.The first thing you need to know to begin prospecting is your company’s value proposition.What problems does your company solve?How do you solve those problems?What are the three or four main differentiators that allow you to make a difference and that compel your client to choose you over your competitors?When you can answer these questions, you know enough about your company to begin prospecting.The second thing you need to know is who your target clients are, your dream clients.You need a list of dream clients (Here is a video to help you define dream clients). These people or companies are plagued with the kind of problems you solve and will perceive the value in what you sell.It’s also helpful to know the titles and roles of the people who are going to be most compelled by what you sell, but it isn’t absolutely necessary. You can find the contact you need.You don’t need a CIA dossier on your contact before you contact them. You know enough to call.The third thing you need is a good script (or planned dialogue) that allows you to ask for a meeting while promising to create value for your prospect.You need two or three useful insights or ideas that you can share with your dream client so that you can ask for a meeting. This is the value you promise to create (which means your meeting isn’t a pitch meeting).You also need a list of reasons why people refuse an appointment and good methodology for overcoming objections.A List of Things You Don’t NeedExcept in the rarest of cases, you don’t need to do hours and hours of research (even though you may need to do more research later, once you’ve booked a call). A look at the company’s website and the contact’s LinkedIn page is smart, but hours of research is call reluctance.You don’t need a trigger event. You don’t need to wait until something is reported in a public source before you call. You want to be there before the trigger event occurs. You want to nurture relationships. When the trigger event occurs, you are already behind where you need to be.You don’t need to connect on social sites, and you don’t need to listen. It’s wonderful if you connect with a contact before you pick up the phone and call them. It’s even more wonderful if you can pick up some insight that allows you to create value. The telephone is an awesome social tool because it allows you to actually speak with your prospective client across long distances.There is no formula for success that includes waiting to take action. There is no benefit in doing more than the minimum amount of preparation necessary before prospecting. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

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10 months agoMcGrath slams Man Utd players: I’ll go to grave knowing I gave my all

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say McGrath slams Man Utd players: I’ll go to grave knowing I gave my allby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United hero Paul McGrath says it’s time for the players to start playing for the fans.McGrath wrote for the Irish Independent: “Now the Manchester United players have to step up to the plate. And that’s from someone who knows what he is talking about.”You are reading here the words of a man who had a row with a Manchester United manager, someone he didn’t get on with.”But every time Alex Ferguson picked me to play in that famous red shirt, I went out and gave it my all. I will go to my grave certain of that.”And I played as hard as I could for three reasons.”Firstly, it was a matter of pure professional pride for me.”Secondly, because I wanted to show I was a half decent footballer.”And thirdly, and above all, because I was doing it for the supporters, those people who put their hands into their pockets for their hard-earned cash to watch the team and thus pay my wages.”That’s what I thought of when I was a Manchester United man, not that the manager wanted me out of the dressing-room.”There were Manchester United players who did not do those three things over the last few weeks and months.” last_img read more

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10 months agoBatshuayi reveals influence on Chelsea Pulisic deal

first_imgBatshuayi reveals influence on Chelsea Pulisic dealby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has hinted an influence on the deal for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Christian Pulisic.Pulisic made a £58million switch to Chelsea on Wednesday, although he will return to Dortmund on loan for the remainder of the campaign.Batshuayi, who is currently on loan at Valencia, spent the second half of last season with Dortmund, where he formed a strong friendship with Pulisic.Batshuayi wrote on Instagram: ‘#AgentMichy. Happy for you bro @cmpulisic #specialtalent’.#[email protected]/2XpsW8ynAo— Jake Heasman (@jakeheasman) January 2, 2019 TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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9 months agoEx-Chelsea midfielder Cesc: Henry and I will take Monaco forward together

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ex-Chelsea midfielder Cesc: Henry and I will take Monaco forward togetherby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas says he’s joined AS Monaco to help the club’s young players.Cesc is in line to make his debut tonight against Marseille.He said, “It’s a great pleasure to join the Monaco, it’s a new project for me with a team of young players and a new coach, there was a lot of discussion, obviously I spoke with Thierry Henry, he really wanted me to come and make a difference, now I’m here and we’ll take this challenge together.”I think my experience can help the young players to grow and progress to the highest level, I am a patient player with them because I was in their place. “This group has a huge potential, so I can help them and if we can win something together even this year, it would be perfect, I am now part of the team and I cannot wait to start. We’re currently in a delicate situation, but we all want to improve, we’ll do everything to change things quickly.” last_img read more

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6 days agoChelsea watching Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Chelsea watching Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyiby Paul Vegas6 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea are watching Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi.The Russia international, 26, only moved to Italy this summer from Genk.Sport Arena says his form has caught the eye of Chelsea scouts so far this season.Malinovskyi has thus far been able to play eight competition games for Atalanta.The 26-year-old’s contract with the Serie A club expires in the summer of 2024. last_img read more

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