36min – Shane Walsh slots over the bar to give Galway a great start to the second half37min – Jack Brady free gets Cavan off the mark for the 2nd half39min – David Giveny and Eammon Brannigan exchange scores44min – Gearoid McKiernan puts 4 between the sides before Damien Comer responds with a free50min – Galway Sub Johnny Heaney ON Danny Cummins OFF51min – Eammon Brannigan with a good score to help lift Galway, two point margin54min – Galway Sub Adrian Varley ON Patrick Sweeney OFF57min- Liam Buchanan with an important score for Cavan59min – Eugene Keating gives Cavan a four point lead, uphill struggle now for Galway with 10mins left61min – Black Card for Liam Buchanan for Cavan63min – Shane Walsh brings Galway back within a goal65min – Shane Walsh with a free raises the tension at Breffni park.66min – Cleared off the line, Damien Comer’s shot is cleared bt the Cavan corner back68min – A long Cavan build up results in a score from Eugene Keating, and only needing a draw it looks like they are on their way to Division 1.70min – With 4 minutes to be added Shane Walsh brings it back to 2 again.70+1min – Gearoid McKiernan with a swift response for Cavan70+4min – Niall Murray closes the game out with a score and Cavan will go on to meet Tyrone in the Division 2 finalFIRST HALF1min – Yellow card for Cavan. Thomas Corr right from the throw in2min – Brady with a free adds the first change to the scoreboard3min – David Wynn opens the scoring for Galway5min – Danny Cummins collects well, turns and slots over.7min – GOAL Cavan, Galway goal chance but pass is intercepted and Cavan go down the field and Givney blasts home10min – 2 quick points from Damien Comer and Gary Sice with a free levels matters.11min – GOAL Galway, ball rebounds off the post and Patrick Sweeney finishes to the net.14min – Killian Clarke bursts forward for Cavan and chips it over the bar15min – Gary Sice with a brilliant strike from a difficult free and Galway keep the scores ticking over18min – Gearoid McKeirnan curls one over the bar to the applause of the Cavan crowd and two the margin again19min – Yellow Card for Galway full back Declan Kyne for an of the ball jersey pull20min – The Cavan goalkeeper Raymond Galligan strikes a 45m kick high and over and back to a one point margin now.22min – A big roar from the Breffni crowd as they level through Gearoid McKiernan30min – Darren McVeety gives Cavan the lead and Gearoid McKiernan adds another35min – Another free from Raymond Galligan give Cavan a three point lead before first half injury timeHALF TIME Cavan 1-8 Galway 1-5Galway Team1. Manus Breathnach2. David Wynne3. Declan Kyne4. Cathal Sweeney5. Liam Silke6. Gary O’Donnell7. Gareth Bradshaw8. Tom Flynn9. Paul Conroy10. Eamon Brannigan11. Patrick Sweeney12. Gary Sice13. Shane Walsh14. Danny Cummins15. Damien Comer4 changes to the Galway team to play Cavan from the side that drew with Fermanagh last Sunday. Fiontan O’Curraoin (injured), Johnny Heaney, Eddie Hoare and Adrian Varley are replaced by Gareth Bradshaw, Amon Brannigan, Patrick Sweeney and Danny Cummins.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email SECOND HALF CAVAN 1-16 V GALWAY 1-12 – Breffni Park- NFL Round 7- 2pm
Connacht Track and Field Championships U14 to Senior Day two of the Connacht Championships was held in Sligo IT held Saturday last and featured age group finalsforU14 to U19 at Juvenile level and a Senior events programme. At Juvenile level, Galway clubs impressed, with Emma Moore of GCH taking triple gold in the U14 80 metres, 200m, and her run in the 800m was a fantastic display of front running, clocking 2.18 for victory GCH took the U14 Boys relay title, and squad member Darragh Jennings then won three individual golds, as he claimed the U14 Boys 800m, as well as the Discus and Shot Putt titles in a hugely impressive display of multi eventing.GCH athletes impressed across the board. Highlights included Luke Dahler, who won the 200m U14 and took the silver medal in the Boys 80m sprint.At U15 level Eimear Rowe claimed the Girls 800m and silver in the 200m. Niall Breathnach won bronze in the U15 Boys 200m. Seren O’Toole won the 250m hurdles and 200m flat. Eoghan Jennings won the U16 Pole Vault and claimed silver in the U16 Boys 250 hurdles. Barry Murphy took bronze in the Boys U16 1500m.Robert McDonnell took 100m gold with GCH and added the 200m later,Jonathan McGrath won a bronze in the 100 hurdles and 200m, and silver in the 100m,Laoise Geraghty of GCH showed she is in top form winning double gold in both the U17 Girls 400m and 800m. Aaron Brennan won the U17 Boys 800m in a fast2.05, Dennis Onuoha won silver in the 200m and 400m bronze.In the U18 Girls, Aoife Sheehy won the 400m hurdles and silver in the 400m, which was won by clubmate Laura Nally. Nally also took silvers in both 100m and 200m events. Lydia Doyle impressed in doing the 100m flat and hurdles double. Rita Lahue won silver in the U18 Girls 100m hurdles.At U18 Boys level, Thomas McStay took double silver in the 800m and 1500m. Gary Martyn won bronze in the 2k Steeplechase. Diego Brule looks like a natural over the fences, as he claimed the 400m hurdles and took silver in the 110 hurdles. Kacper Poniatwoski won the 100m ahead of Darren Costello,with the same result in the 200m. Eanna Folan placed third in the 8000m in 2.04In the U19s Jack Dempsey showed his class storming home in both the 100 and 200 metre events to take double gold, as Luke O Shaughnessy also ran well with double bronze in both eventsAt Senior level GCH took home a huge haul of medals, with Kathryn Casserly claiming the Connacht 1500m title, Niamh Hennelly returned to action with victory in the 3000m senior, and Ronan O Conghaile won 1500 silver.Majella Loftus won both 100 and 200m Silver. Brendan Staunton excelled in the field, winning the Senior Discus, Shot and Hammer titles. Henrique Nvokolata won the Senior Triple Jump and took Long Jump silverCraughwell AC claimed gold and silver in the U18 Girls 4x100m relay with the team of Aoife Walsh, Arlene Earls, Shauna Tobin and Laura Cunningham taking the silver medals and the four of Caoilin Milton, Ciana Reidy, Lorraine Delaney and Siona Lawless taking the gold medals (all pictured above).Laura Cunningham won gold in the U18 triple jump with a best of 10.42m to take the Connacht title with Aoife Walsh in second place. Cunningham also took victory in the high jump in a new PB of 1.60m and added a silver medal in the long jump. Ciana Reidy claimed victory in the pole vault with a best of 2.65m to win the Connacht title.Arlene Earls took the Connacht Long Jump U18 title with a jump of 4.68m with Aoife Walsh taking the bronze medal. Lorraine Delaney jumped brilliantly to take the silver medal in the U18 high jump, an event where Ciana Reidy was third. Arlene Earls followed up her brilliant long jump title with a silver medal in the U18 800m.In the Senior grade for Craughwell, Sinead Treacy took a sprint double with Connacht titles in the 100m and 200m,while Gavin Cooney took the Connacht title in the Men’s 800m with a big PB in a time of 2.03.53. Ben Garrard had a similar storming performance to edge to victory in the U19 800m in 2.01.43. – he also won the U19 Long Jump and the 400m. Oisin Lyons ran an impressive gun to tape victory in the U18 taking the Connacht title in 2.03, while Kyle Moorhead put in an electric finish to take the silver medal in the U16 boys 800m race in a new PB time of 2.11. Jerry Keary took the High jump U18 Connacht title with a leap of 1.85m, and set a huge PB of 6.26m to take victory in the U18 boys long jump.In the U17 age group for Craughwell, Siona Lawless put in a fine performance to take the silver medal in the girl’s long jump. Chloe Casey dominated the U16 girls throwing events with victory in the shot putt with a best of 12.06 and in the discus. Garvin Surlis had a good day in the U16 jumps with victory in the triple jump and silver in the long jump. In the U15 grade, Sean Cotter had a fine run in the boys 1500m to take the Connacht title in an impressive 4.45. Ellie Cronin took victory in the U15 high jump,and won bronze in both the 250m hurdles and the long jump. Alisha Larkin claimed silver in the girls 100m with Ailbhe Folan taking the bronze, Annie Dehora took a bronze medal in the discus.Conor Trehy was impressive in the U15 Triple jump and won the Connacht title with a leap of 9.37m. James Furey took bronze in the javelin, In the U15 relays, both girls and boys raced to the silver medals with the girl’s team of Aoife Kelly, Ellie Cronin, Alisha Larkin and Ailbhe Folan taking their silver in a time of 54.06 and the boys team of Oisin Davis, Robert Urquhart, Lughaigh Morgan and James Furey likewise. Morgan also took Long jump silver.In the U14 grade, the Craughwell U14 boys raced to bronze medals with their team of Liam McDonagh, Lukas Schukat, Kieran O’Connor and Conor Hoade. Schukat then won the High jump and bronze in the long jump. Conor Hoade had a fine victory in the 75m hurdles in 12.44 with Robert Urquhart third. Rebecca Lynch was very impressive when taking the Connacht U14 girls Long jump title with a winning leap of 4.38m and added a bronze in the javelin. Liam McDonagh had a brilliant day of throws with gold in the U14 hammer, silver in the U14 and bronze in the javelin, Saoirse Pierce took the Connacht title with a leap of 1.4m in the High JumpBallinasloe and District AC walker Veronica Burke impressed in winning the Senior Ladies 3k Walk in 14.18, and she now heads to compete in the UK 20k championships this weekend in Leeds.Loughrea athletes Aoibheann Farrell won Gold in the U 15 Long Jump and silver in the U15 hurdles, Conor Leahy won the Triple Jump and Long Jump and 100m silver at U17 level, and Darragh Leahy took Long Jump bronze,while at U18 Daniel Callanan Forde won U18 Triple Jump gold and Long Jump Silverat Senior level, Mary Barrett won Discus and Shot gold.Sean McDermott of Castlegar is in top format present and won 800m silver in the Senior Men’s race Roisin Geaney of South Galway won silver in the 2k U14 Walk, while clubmate Caoimhe Kelleher won bronze in the U16 girls 800mCorrib ACs Maebh Walsh won bronze at the U14 Girls 800m, Maebh Keoghwon Shot Bronze at U15, with Laura Keogh taking Senior silver in the Shot. Athenry AC athletes Calum Healy won silver at the Boys hurdles U14 and bronze in the 80m and 200m, and Aoibhe Deeley won the 80m huddles and took bronze in the 250m hurdles. Aine O Farrell won both the 1500m and 3000m U 18 Connacht titles. Sarah Gilhooley Gold in the 2k steeplechase and took both 800m and 1500m silver at U17. Ryan McNelis won silver at 400m hurdles and 400 flat as well as taking hurdles bronze. Saoirse Healy won silver in theU15 High JumpTuam AC fielded a big squad in the field events, and Shane O Rourke won Long Jump gold for Tuam at Senior level with 6.10 m, and also won Long Jump silver.Justin Lane competed at Senior level and won Javelin and Hammer silver, Discus bronze and Long Jump bronze. Ella Rafferty won silver at the U14 Hammer,Discus and Shot Putt silver. Barry Rafferty won silver in the Shot and Discus and Hammer bronze at Senior level. Jack Hession won silver in the U 14 Long Jump, while Jack Mannion won U15 High Jump gold and Long Jump bronze.Irish cap for Breathnach.Sean Breathnach of GCH competes for Ireland in the Shot Putt next weekend, as part of the squad for the in the European Team Cup which will be held in Finland from June 23rd to 25th. The GCH athlete competes alongside the likes of Mark English and Paul Robinson in a strong Irish squad.European StandardGalway athlete Alanna Lally ran a European U23 B qualifying standard at the BMC Grand Prix in Watford last week, as she clocked a time of 2.06.45 over 800 metres.Killeeneen 5KMMichael O Connor of GCH put his younger rivals to the sword at the Killeeneen 5km held Thursday, 15th June last. O Connor, the former National marathon champion, is back training hard, and won the 5km in a time of 15.54, ahead of local star Damien O Boyle of Craughwell AC, and David Gonzales Montes, a Spanish visitor in third. Sinead Brody of GCH claimed the ladies honours in 19.22, with Edel Kelly second and Linda Porter third.Bullaun 8kmStuart Moloney of Moore Abbey Milers sped home to take victory in the Bullaun 8KM held last Saturday night , with Rob Lennon of Castlegar second and Feargal Walsh of Athenry third. Jane Ann Meehan of Athenry won the Ladies section.Annaghdown 10KMMichael O Connor of GCH made it two wins in a week at the annual Annaghdown 10k held Sunday last in scorching conditions, O Connor clocked 33.13 to take victory ahead of Matt Bidwell of GCH, second in 34.44, and Conor Dolan third in 35.48. Barbara Dunne of GCH made a winning return to the roads with a fast 39.17 to be first lady home, ahead of Deirdre Brophy of Athenry and Sinead Brody of GCH.FixturesAthenry Half MarathonThe Athenry AC Half Marathon & 5K takes place this Saturday, and starts and finishes in the village of Monivea, Co. Galway, the half marathon starts at 11am and the 5K starts at 11:15am. The half marathon incorporates the Galway half marathon championships for 2017.National Track and Field LeagueThe National Track and Field League returns this weekend with Round One being held in Athlone IT. Galway will have three teams competing this year, with GCH men’s squad and Galway Ladies both in the Premier Division, and a newly formed Galway County Men’s team comprised of all club’s bar GCH starting off in Division One. The GCH Squad is managed by GCH sprints supremo Brendan Glynn, with Sarah Finnegan in charge of the Galway Ladies, while Sean McDermott of Castlegar AC and Michael Tobin of Craughwell AC have taken the reins at the Galway Men’s team.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Dear Editor,Karl Deutsch observed many years ago that political science was myopic in its development of theories and knowledge about power. He complained that political scientists “described the laws and institutions of State much as anatomists describe the skeleton or organs of the body.” But the “nerves of Government,” “the channels of decision-making and communication” by which Government so often asserts its power, proved Deutsch incorrect. Governments not only act, but must also communicate their actions to the people.This now brings me to the question: What really has President David Granger and his ministers done with respect to prison reform, since they promised the people on the campaign trail that they would “implement proposals for the reform and strengthening of the Prison Services, in line with the recommendations such as those made in the Report of the Disciplined Forces Commission, especially with regard to training and recruitment, increasing salaries, and conditions of service” (see Page 44 of the APNU/AFC Manifesto).The answer to the question is: very little!What has Team Granger done to at least accomplish some of the recommendations of the Patterson Commission of Inquiry (2016)? Again, the answer is: very little!Justice James Patterson and his two commissioners, former Director of Prisons Dale Erskine (a top professional in the field), and human rights activist Merle Mendonca, recommended the “formation of a committee to focus on reducing the overcrowding in the prison system, where at least 60% of the population (in March 2016) were on remand.” Again, this was not done!Actually, the situation got worse since the 2016 Prison Fire.It is unfortunate that the policy makers, who were tasked with a slew of recommendations in Justice Patterson’s Report in regard to the events of 2016, did very little with those recommendations. I suspected that President Granger would appoint another Commission of Inquiry (CoI) in 2017, to pronounce on the current tragedy. So said so done; I am advised that there is now a new 2017 CoI into the Camp Street Prison fire.This is nothing but an act of executive laziness from the Cabinet of Guyana. These acts of not making the big decisions to improve the welfare of the nation, by hiding behind the CoI process, are nothing but devious and deceitful on the part of Team Granger. They continue to outsource their functions to these CoIs, wasting hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ dollars in the process, when the answers are right in front of them.What I have observed over the last two years is a trend of Team Granger’s to use the CoI process to generate the excuses needed to camouflage its inability to do the job its members are really being paid to do.In conclusion, why did it take the total destruction of the Camp Street Prison in 2017 for Minister Ramjattan to realize that he has the power to remove 463 hardened, high-risk convicts from the centre of the city to other prisons in remote locations, and to release into freedom 57 former prisoners?Sincerely,Sase Singh,MSc- Finance, ACCA
5 5 Daley Blind (Ajax) – Click here to view more left-back targets – Blind was one of the stars of the World Cup, performing brilliantly as the Netherlands made a surprise run to the semi-finals. The Ajax left-back provided the sumptuous 50-yard cross for Robin van Persies incredible header against Spain and unsurprisingly he is being chased by both Liverpool and Manchester United. Reds fans have already made it clear they want to sign Blind but Ajax are keen to keep hold of the £12million-rated star. 5 Liverpool have been flying in this summer’s transfer market, bringing in a wealth of attacking talent to compensate for the departure of Luis Suarez but frustratingly there remains no defensive additions.Last season the Reds leaked goals at the back and left-back in particular was a problem position with Jose Enrique injured for long spells and Valencia’s on-loan defender Aly Cissokho unconvincing. Brendan Rodgers has identified filling that gap as a priority but so far bids for Sevilla’s Alberto Moreno and Swansea’s Ben Davies have been rebuffed.And with that in mind, talkSPORT takes a look at who the Reds could turn to instead to provide Enrique with competition. Click the arrows to reveal five alternative Liverpool left-back targets. Marcos Rojo (Sporting Lisbon) – Click here to view more left-back targets – Another player to shine at the World Cup was Argentinas Rojo, who scored the match-winner in the 3-2 victory over Nigeria and impressed as La Albiceleste reached the final. It is thought the Sporting Lisbon star could move for £10million but the Reds face serious competition from Juventus, Napoli, Roma, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain to land the 24-year-old. 5 Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea) – Click here to view more left-back targets – The Blues left-back has found it difficult to break into the first-team at Stamford Bridge and despite Ashley Cole leaving, the imminent arrival of Atletico Madrids Filipe Luis means he will continue to play second fiddle. At 24 years old Bertrand knows his next move is crucial and a link up with Brendan Rodgers who has got the best out of former team-mate Daniel Sturridge would appeal. The defender spent half of last season on loan at Aston Villa but has loftier aspirations and is thought to be available for £8million. Alex Sandro (Porto) – Click here to view more left-back targets – The bruising Brazil international recovered from an inauspicious start with Porto to establish himself as one of the Portuguese giants prized assets and would be a welcome addition at Anfield. Like many Brazilians, Sandro loves attacking and he mixes excellent distribution in with crunching tackles brilliantly. Porto are renowned for demanding big fees for their stars, so Liverpool would probably have to pay upwards of £13million. Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg) – Rodriguez has built up a great reputation as one of the finest left-backs in the Bundesliga and further enhanced his credentials with a solid showing for Switzerland at the World Cup, where he grabbed two assists for his country. Chelsea and Manchester United are also known admirers of the £15million-rated star but at 21 and with 22 international caps already behind him, this attacking yet defensively sound left-back would be a worthy investment for Liverpool. 5
1 Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal’s FA Cup semi-final triumph over Manchester City proved doubters wrong over their big game credentials.Despite a rugged first-half display, the Gunners fell behind thanks to Sergio Aguero’s second-half strike but showed resilience and responded through Nacho Monreal’s equaliser before Alexis Sanchez booked their place in next month’s final in extra-time.In arguably Arsenal’s biggest game of the season, Wenger’s men dug deep and fought for the victory, something the Frenchman applauded.The Gunners boss said: “I felt it was a big test for us today, a mental test because many people question if we can turn up on an occasion like this and that’s why I’m very proud of the players because they stayed united and determined.“We had a strong response today, we had a little bit of a cautious start, hesitant sometimes, but we didn’t give chances away and we grew into the game and slowly we became better and better.“In the second half we were very strong and in extra-time very strong. We always looked solid and dangerous because we played more in the second half.“I want them (the players) to enjoy playing together and to play for the club. That is, for me, the most important thing and to reach the targets we set together.“Football is a team sport, and as a manager the biggest joy is when you feel like you have a real team performance, that was the case today and that’s why I’m happy today.“You know I feel the club is in a very strong shape, and that we have a very strong overall situation and a very strong team, we have shown that today and for me, that is the most important.“One day I will leave anyway so the most important thing is that Arsenal will always be a great club that everybody admires.”Premier League defeats at Liverpool, West Brom and Crystal Palace prompted Wenger to change his formation and use a 3-5-2 formation. Victory at Middlesbrough followed and the Frenchman believes tactical alterations were needed in order to restore stability, not due to pressure from the fans.Wenger added: “No matter what you do, even if you get it right at some stage, people say ‘why didn’t you do it earlier? So it’s like the opposite is right as well, if you get your starting line-up wrong, you change it at half-time, people will say ‘see he is a tactical magician,’ because he changed the team at half-time but they forget that he got it wrong at the start.“You can always judge it on both ways but I think what I did is just to give a bit more security to a team who conceded three goals in the last three away games at West Brom, at Liverpool, at Crystal Palace. And at some stage you need to focus on something for the players which creates some confidence.“I had it in mind. First of all that we won the game (Boro game) and the team got its confidence back and after when you analyse the game again you look where did we suffer? Were we good? How does Man City play? Where do they play through? And can we cope with that? And to me it was positive enough to try today.” The Gunners booked their place in a third FA Cup final in four years
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2He and his brother had gone on a hike, and the two decided to swim in the reservoir, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Deputy Dana Camarillo. During the swim, Meza became distressed, though it was not immediately clear why, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Sgt. John Hocking. The younger brother was able to swim to safety, but Meza was not, Camarillo said. Two emergency service detail divers dropped into the reservoir from a helicopter and pulled Meza’s body out of nine feet of water after 10 minutes of searching, she said. Meza was pronounced dead at the scene, Camarillo said. “Nine feet’s not too terribly deep, but it’s deep enough,” Jonsen said. ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST – A young Palmdale man drowned while swimming during a family picnic at the Little Rock Reservoir, authorities said. Lazaro Meza, 20, was pronounced dead just after 6 p.m. Friday by paramedics after he was pulled by divers from the water of the reservoir, authorities said. The reservoir is located in the Angeles National Forest. Meza was on a picnic with his mother and 7-year-old brother, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. Robert Jonsen of the Palmdale station. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Swansea City – Andre Ayew (West Ham United) – West Ham want £20m for Ayew but Swansea have not yet matched that asking price. Their most recent bid of £18m was rejected, but the Swans are expected to return with an improved offer in the coming hours. 20 Liverpool – No one – Jurgen Klopp has made it very clear Liverpool will not be signing any more players before the transfer window closes. Virgil van Dijk will be the only arrival at Anfield, despite fans calling for a new creative midfielder to replace the departed Philippe Coutinho. 20 20 20 Newcastle United – Eliaquim Mangala (Manchester City) – Mangala has been reported as a Newcastle target in the last few hours, as Man City close in on the signing of Aymeric Laporte. The defender will be pushed even further out Pep Guardiolas squad when Laporte arrives at the Etihad, and Rafa Benitez could offer him an escape route. He would be guaranteed first-team minutes at St James Park. Manchester United – Benoit Badiashile (Monaco) – United are not planning to bring any senior players to Old Trafford on deadline day, but they could complete the signing of Badiashile, the Monaco wonderkid. He has caught the eye in France, and has not yet signed a professional contract. Because of this, the 16-year-old is free to join whomever he desires for a relatively low fee. 20 20 Huddersfield Town – Danny Ings (Liverpool) – Daniel Sturridge has left Liverpool meaning Ings may not be departing Anfield this month. However, he wants to play consistent first-team football and Huddersfield have shown an interest in the England striker. A loan deal is most likely, as it will allow Ings to show whether he can still cut it in the Premier League. 20 Leicester City – Aleksandar Dragovic (Leicester City, on loan from Bayer Leverkusen) – Dragovic has impressed for the Foxes since his summer arrival from the Bundesliga, and he has been quoted admitting he wants to sign Claude Puels side on a permanent basis. Whether this deal gets over the line before tomorrows deadline remains to be seen, but Dragovic should be a permanent Leicester player before too long regardless. Stoke City – Badou Ndiaye (Galatasaray) – A £14m fee has been agreed for Stoke to buy Ndiaye before Wednesdays deadline. He is expected in Stoke today to complete his medical and discuss personal terms with the Potters. Work permit troubles could mean the transfer goes to the wire. Everton – Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace) – There have been numerous calls for Sam Allardyce to bring a left-back to Goodison Park this month. Everton were linked with Van Aanholt earlier this month as Allardyce worked with him at both Sunderland and Palace. The rumours have gone quiet recently, but a deadline day swoop could be considered. 20 Tottenham Hotspur – Lucas Moura (Paris Saint-Germain) – Moura has travelled to London for his medical with Spurs as he closes in on his move to north London. A fee has been agreed with Paris Saint-Germain for the Brazil winger, while he has reportedly accepted personal terms as well. West Ham United – Graziano Pelle (Shandong Luneng) – The former Southampton striker is a target for the Hammers as David Moyes wants further goalscoring reinforcements. Talks have already been held with the Italy international, though there are questions over his wage packet as Pelle earns around £1m-a-month in China. Brighton and Hove Albion – James Justin (Luton Town) – Luton have accepted a £1.5m bid from Brighton for right-back Justin, the England Under-20 international. Chris Hughton has been impressed by his performances in League Two, and Brighton now just need to agree personal terms with the highly-rated 19-year-old. 20 Manchester City – Jack Harrison (New York City FC) – Harrison looked set to join Stoke on a permanent basis earlier this month, but a refusal to increase their bid has made the deal fall through. Harrison will join Man City instead, before heading to Middlesbrough on loan for the remainder of the season. 20 20 Southampton – Quincy Promes (Spartak Moscow) – Southampton have been tracking Promes for much of the January window but have not got a deal over the line yet. They are reportedly running out of time to sign the winger, as Spartak are unwilling to lose their prize asset this month. Promes is said to be keen on the move to St Marys, and he could force a transfer through on deadline day. Chelsea – Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) – Chelseas continuing hunt for a striker has to come to a close tomorrow night, and it appears Giroud is the target most likely to arrive at Stamford Bridge. The France international is keen to join Chelsea as he wants to stay in London, though Arsenal took so long to accept a £15m bid the Blues took it off the table. They are expected to return for Giroud, however. 20 20 Burnley – Joe Worrall (Nottingham Forest) – Sean Dyche has tracked Worrall, the England Under-21 international, for a number for weeks and has finally made a formal approach for the defender. Burnleys £11.5m bid has been rejected by Forest, though the Clarets are expected to return with an improved offer. Bournemouth – Ollie Watkins (Brentford) – The Cherries are weighing up a £6m offer for Watkins ahead of the transfer deadline. The forward, 22, only moved to Brenford in the summer, but his tally of seven Championship goals has caught Eddie Howes eye. This move will likely happen should Benik Afobe leave Bournemouth, as is expected. 20 There are just a few hours to go until transfer deadline day, and it promises to be a brilliant end to the January window.We have already seen some huge deals completed, but a number of managers still want to further strengthen their squads before Wednesday’s 11pm deadline.But what deals could go through in the final hours of January?Click the right arrow, above, to see one player every club could sign on transfer deadline day… 20 20 20 West Bromwich Albion – Andre Schurrle (Borussia Dortmund) – Schurrle was reportedly at the Hawthorns on Tuesday to discuss terms over a move to West Brom for the remainder of the season. The former Chelsea winger has struggled at Borussia Dortmund, and could look to return to the Premier League to kick-start his career. 20 Arsenal – Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) – click the right arrow to see the player every other club could sign on deadline day – A fee has reportedly been agreed to transfer Aubameyang to Arsenal, but the deal is still not complete. Dortmund need to sign a replacement before they sell their star striker, so this one is surely going to go to the wire. 20 Watford – Leander Dendoncker (Anderlecht) – The Hornets are considering midfield options in the final stages of the transfer window, and Dendoncker, the Belgium international, has been targeted. Anderlecht have previously quoted an asking price of over £20m for the midfielder, so Watford will have to pay big to get their man. 20 Crystal Palace – Vicente Guaita (Getafe) – The Eagles have monitored Guaita throughout the transfer window and he has reportedly already passed a medical to join Palace. However, the deal with Getafe has still not been fully worked out so the transfer has dragged on. The keeper should be confirmed a Palace player on deadline day.
“This is a major problem for me,” said Anton, who has operated the store since 2003. “This is the first time something of this magnitude has happened. I thought the first time that would be it, but then they came back a month – and then a week – later.” Anyone with information about these crimes should call Chavez at (562) 949-2421. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PICO RIVERA – Deputies are seeking the public’s help in identifying two teenage boys caught on a surveillance video breaking into a skate store three times since July. The boys appear to be 14 to 16 years old and dress in a gothic-mod style, Sgt. Art Chavez of the sheriff’s Pico Rivera Station said Thursday. “I’m sure that they are local because it’s a specialty shop, and they’re familiar with it,” Chavez said. “We just want a little help from the public in identifying these individuals.” The burglars broke in to At The Beach store at the Pico Rivera Town Center, 8762 Washington Blvd. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possibleThey used rocks and a baseball bat to smash the glass front doors early on the mornings of July 14, Aug. 16 and Aug. 24, Chavez said. They grabbed clothing, skateboards and other merchandise inside the store, he said. Store owner Fred Anton said the three burglaries have cost him about $4,500 in lost merchandise, and $2,650 in repairs to his glass doors. He said he is also now worried that his insurance company will cancel his policy or raise his rates because of the claims. The Town Center shopping area has no security guard at night, so Anton said he has been bringing in his own security to prevent future burglaries.
Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 1 Spurs will make the short trip west to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night in the Premier League, raising concerns from some sectors of the Jewish community.The north London side have traditionally garnered the support of a large Jewish fanbase, with some supporters historically claiming to be part of the ‘Y** Army’.And fans of rival clubs, including Chelsea, have used the term against Spurs in a series of derogatory chants.A Tottenham spokesperson said: “We have always been clear that our fans (both Jewish and gentile) have never used the term with any offence. REPLY “A re-assessment of its use can only occur effectively within the context of a total clampdown on unacceptable anti-Semitism.”The World Jewish Congress (WJC) insisted last month the ‘Y’ word has “anti-Semitic connotations”, citing Chelsea as a club that has taken steps to stop fans from using similar terms.Chelsea fans were reminded in a statement on New Year’s Day fans that racism of any kind is ‘unacceptable’ and ‘unwelcome’ following allegations of anti-Semitic chanting during their Premier League 1-0 win at Crystal Palace. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT tense Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury latest Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? MOST READ IN FOOTBALL Tottenham have confirmed they will not change their policy with regards to fans using the ‘Y’ word huge blow Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ revealed Tottenham Hotspur say only ‘a total clampdown on unacceptable anti-Semitism’ would make them reassess club standards on their fans chanting a term for Jewish people.The statement follows reported comments from Chelsea chairman, Bruce Buck, who claimed ‘the use of the Y-word by Spurs supporters or by anybody is wrong’. gameday cracker SORRY The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 whoops
Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ LATEST LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS rookie error Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti 2 2 PEP TALK Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship Getty – Contributor Haaland is reportedly on a flight to Manchester However Solskjaer remained tight lipped on Haaland’s movements when questioned about his flight.He said: “Well… he’s not coming to Manchester. I know the boy and I know his friends and he’s on a Christmas holiday. You can’t fly anywhere from Stavanger, you need to go via!When asked if he would see Haaland before his apparent connecting flight, he replied: “No.”Despite the forward’s prolific record, former United striker Dimitar Berbatov believes the Red Devils would be making a mistake in signing the teenager. stalemate statement Pep Guardiola gives Man City injury update and talks Christmas schedule Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff “There are a lot of rumours about Haaland joining next month, but honestly at the moment, with the three upfront that United have, I don’t see where Haaland will fit in the team,” he told Betfair.“When you buy someone what does it say about your current strikers who, in United’s case, are all young players? I think if it happens it will bring some unnecessary tension at the moment.“For me [Marcus] Rashford, [Anthony] Martial, [Daniel] James and [Mason] Greenwood are great, great players. But also the question is, what happens if one or two of them get injured and you don’t have a replacement on the bench, so this is a tricky situation.” appointed update targets Chelsea fan arrested for allegedly racially abusing Heung-min Son AFP or licensors Berbatov believes United would be making a mistake signing Haaland Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Liverpool transfer news live: Mbappe latest, Lille star wants to join Reds in future on target latest The Red Devils, among a host of several top European clubs, are keen on signing the 19-year-old in January – and it looks as though the Premier League club are winning the race, with Norwegian newspaper Stavanger Aftenbladet reporting that Haaland will touch down at Manchester airport at 10.15am this morning.Haaland played under fellow Norwegian Solskjaer at Molde before moving on to Salzburg and recently shared a picture of himself signing a United shirt to fuel the rumours of an imminent move to United.His father, the former Nottingham Forest, Leeds United and Manchester City player, Alf-Inge Haaland, was reportedly with him on the flight. Manchester United’s pursuit of Erling Haaland has been stepped up a notch after the red-hot striker reportedly boarded a plane to Manchester to hold talks over a transfer.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made no secret of his admiration for the forward, who has netted a staggering 28 goals in 22 appearances for Red Bull Salzburg in all competitions this season.