‘Kurir’: Jovic was injured when falling from a wall in Belgrade

first_imgNeverthelessDifferent sources near Luka Jovic insisted to AS that the participant suffered the fracture on Thursday whereas coaching at his Madrid residence. For its half, Actual Madrid solely issued a medical report final Friday in which it reported the damage, however not the place or the way it occurred: “After the exams carried out at this time on our participant Luka Jović by the Actual Madrid Medical Companies, he was identified with an extra-articular fracture in the calcaneus bone of the appropriate foot. Pending evolution ”. The Serbian newspaper ‘Kurir’ revealed that Luka Jovic didn’t injure his proper foot calcaneus coaching in Madrid however fell from a wall in his Belgrade residence, the place he traveled on March 12 and stayed till Monday, Might 4. On this info, the media quotes statements from a supply near the household of the Actual Madrid participant, in which he assures that Jovic suffered a home accident: “I was actually harm! It fell off a wall, I don’t know the way to clarify it to you, and I actually don’t perceive the way it occurred. Principally, all of it occurred accidentally. “ A number of days earlier, Milan Jovic, the striker’s father, additionally spoke to this Serbian newspaper. He claimed that his son had been injured in Serbia, though the model he gave was that he suffered a setback whereas coaching: “He’s depressed and a little scared. It’s horrible. We have been stunned by this information. We didn’t anticipate this. He was making ready at his residence in Belgrade in response to the coaching program he obtained from the membership and through an train he felt nice ache. Who knew what was so severe?last_img read more

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La Real takes root in Gijón

first_imgThe connection of Real Sociedad with Gijón is strengthened. As a result of final however not least, that unforgettable and historic aim of Zamora in El Molinón to win the primary txuri-urdin league in its historical past, now a gaggle of blessed soccer madmen, and followers of the Royal Society, they’ve thrown the blanket over their heads and have had no different fantastic incidence than to launch into the journey of create a membership known as ‘Real Sociedad de Gijón’. The Asturian David Covian it’s his alma mater. “Initially, the thought is to pay a small tribute to the membership of my goals, I bear in mind in El Molinón being nearly a child celebrating the league title with the aim of Zamora, or when he was very younger when he went to search for the well-known sports activities sheet to see how the Real had turned out. I’ve taken it for a spin throughout nowadays of confinement and talking with the people who find themselves additionally behind this venture, it appeared to us that it was time to take a step ahead to symbolize the true values ​​of the Real. There are lots of people working in the shade, “he explains to ACE.A kind of touring companions is one other Asturian who’s keen on Sporting de Gijón, however with a lot sympathy for the Real. “I bear in mind one time that we went to Valladolid with David and we have been with some Real followers, and I acknowledge that this contaminated me with the passion that they had and their method of seeing soccer. You deal with him and that feeling grows, it’s a membership that I wish to see, so I’m very enthusiastic about this venture and to see what comes out “, Add Alberto Arrow, director of this new Asturian Royal. Maybe the simple factor was to create a brand new membership in Asturias, however Alberto and David go one step additional, and create nearly from scratch a brand new membership that can begin taking part in in the second regional division of Asturias with the colours and the blue and white crest. “Sure, as a result of the individuals who begin it are energetic. Within the final 12 months I used to be extra separated from soccer for work, however with the Gijón return I didn’t lose contact, and I proposed to 5 gamers much like me when the sunshine bulb got here on, and immediately we’re at 18 gamers on the roster, with the goal of being in the highest three to battle for the playoff, as a result of there are individuals who know how one can play and of stage. There are individuals in the venture. Imanol Alguacil informed us that to see if in the longer term we are able to face the Real one actually, It will be a satisfaction for us, however we’ve our toes on the bottom, as a result of the Asturian regional could be very sophisticated and robust, even when it is among the lowest in nationwide soccer, “he explains. Covian. They may play blue and white. “It couldn’t be some other method and we have already got it able to be display printed. And when we’ve it prepared we are going to current the gamers. They may determine us after they see us soar onto the sector because of the txuri-urdin colours, in what we name the brand new Atotxa “he factors out Alberto. Enter, the Real de Gijón will play in the general public fields of the Asturian metropolis, however in the longer term they hope to have their very own area. “We might like to make a brand new Atotxa in Asturias, to recall these emotions from when there was a throw-in or when a nook kick was half a aim, that Sunday feeling and get collectively to cheer. Presumably it’s sophisticated, therefore we’d like that little entrepreneurial push and institutional, and we have already got an organization from Gipuzkoa in the venture, “he says. Covian. “It’s true that Sporting and Oviedo shoot extra right here, however we’ve obtained an excellent responseas a result of we’ve new followers for the group, “he says Alberto Arrow on the Asturian character of a venture that has an distinctive sponsor. “For the time being, on the a part of Real we’ve the help of their coach, Imanol Alguacil, which is a satisfaction and we’re delighted. It’s a humble one who feels the membership. We’re ready for the decision of Aperribaywho will name us ultimately, we’re certain, “he says Covian.One of many choices of this new membership is that over time it may be agreed with the Real society, in order that it may function a small real looking nursery in Asturias. “A number of individuals have already informed us, we wish, in fact, it might function an institutional increase to the venture. La Real is a quarry group and being a part of that nice quarry could be good. We combine and can work in order that we are able to all combine into the identical venture. “So decided are they to symbolize the Royal in Asturias that, even, they’ve requested permission from the Royal Family to have the ability to carry the title of ‘Real’ in the title of the membership and to have the ability to name themselves ‘Real Sociedad de Gijón’. Alberto Flecha personally takes care of that half. “Real and Sporting with the defend have a really curious historical past. As a result of years in the past a president of Sporting used the Royal defend to make his ensign in the colours purple and white, and it’s uncovered in El Molinón. And we wished to attach all that, and we’re in contact with the Royal Home, pending their consent to make use of the title of Royal. And if they don’t give us authorization, we’ve many alternate options, as an alternative of calling Real Sociedad ‘Erreala gijonesa’, some title that hyperlinks the Real with Gijón, there’s all the time a plan B. “That is the story of a brand new arm of the Royal Society in Asturias, in an unforgettable place for the txuri-urdin household as it’s Gijón.last_img read more

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Father-in-law in Mahaicony murder for court today

first_imgDays after confessing to detectives that he dealt his son-in-law a fatal blow to the head, a Mahaicony, East Coast Demerara (ECD) man is expected to appear before the Mahaicony Magistrate’s Court some time today, charged with the capital offence of murder.This is following legal advice obtained on Wednesday to charge the suspect.Twenty-three-year-old Muneshwar Bisnauth, of Airy Hall, Mahaicony, was found dead at his in-laws’ Lot 20 Dundee, Mahaicony residence on Sunday. It wasDead: Muneshwar Bisnauthreported that the father of one was reportedly imbibing with his 16-year-old wife and her parents when an argument ensued. Shortly after, the fisherman’s lifeless body was discovered lying in the yard, with a gaping wound to the head.Initially, Bisnauth’s wife and mother-in-law told the Police that he fell and hit his head in the yard. However, their story did not add up and as such, the two females, along with the suspect, were taken into custody for further questioning.The following evening, the father-in-law confessed to murder during an interrogation by detectives. The suspect allegedly told Police that he dealt one blow to the man’s head with a piece of wood during an argument.A post-mortem examination, conducted on Wednesday morning, confirmed that Bisnauth died as a result of haemorrhage in the brain and blunt trauma to the head. According to State Pathologist, Dr Nehaul Singh, the injuries were consistent with a lash to the head.Meanwhile, the suspect had also confessed to instructing his relatives to “wash down” the blood before they called the dead man’s relatives to inform them of his death.<<>> understands that the wife and mother-in-law of the now dead man were released from custody on Wednesday.Relatives of the now dead man claimed that the suspect always fought with Bisnauth, since he did not approve of his daughter eloping with the young fisherman.last_img read more

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Bird Society complains of being sidetracked

first_img…as Govt hires private inspectors for coastlinePresident of the Guyana Amazon Tropical Bird Society, Andy Narine is now lambasting Government for the part it is currently playing in the non-function of his organisation which has been protecting resident birds in Guyana for the past 18 years.Guyana’s coastline is a corridor for millions of migrant birds coming down from North America during the months of October to March each year.Guyana Times understands that to prevent these birds from mingling with Guyana’s resident birds which could result in a major health crisis like the spread of bird flu, inspectors would have to provide coastal preservation by monitoring these migrant birds.According to Narine, since 2004, the bird society has been monitoring these birds that would usually inhabit areas along Guyana’s coastlines, that is, some 265 miles of coastlines and riverain areas where public residents also inhabit.Due to this fact, Narine is questioning the motive for hiring foreign inspectors thus sidetracking the society which has been protecting any major crisis from occurring.“We have been monitoring all these birds across Guyana for bird flu, we have been doing all the groundwork as a bird society in Guyana looking out for the health, wealth and safety for birds seeing how we could preserve it…” Narine said.Further, “If an infection was to break out, our population would go, terrible story would happen. They are disturbing our coastline, if these birds were to come inland and intermingle with our birds where they could transfer infection to resident birds where Guyanese take those birds for commercial and recreational exercise and nobody is saying anything about it”.Narine told Guyana Times that presently, oil giant, ExxonMobil which is drilling for oil offshore Guyana is using personal surveyors not affiliated with the national interest to monitor the coastlines.As such, the society Head is questioning the reasons for Government allowing private people to do national surveys when his society has been effective.He is questioning whether the Government is putting every measure in place to ensure that Guyanese are safe in case of a crisis on Guyana’s coastline.Narine is calling for an urgent meeting with the Government to discuss the issue. Calls made to the Business Minister for a comment on the matter proved futile.last_img read more

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Gilliland makes good before returning home

first_img Four of the last six Craftsman Truck Series wins belong to Team ASE teammates Ted Musgrave and Todd Bodine. Musgrave fashioned a three-race win streak from 2001-03 with Bodine ending the run in 2004. Steve Park and Mark Martin have taken the checkered flag since. “The win was special for the team and special to me because we were all getting our first win in the truck series, and to get it, I beat a guy that was a huge name in the series,” Bodine said. “Ted and I were racing against each other and it was a good race.” Musgrave’s average finish in six races at Fontana is 2.2, finishing no lower than fifth place. “As fate kind of played out, Todd and I are now teammates at that same team,” Musgrave said. “We obviously both run well at California, so we’ll want both of the Germain Racing Toyota Tundras running up front in the San Bernardino County 200.” There’s a reason for Musgrave’s success. “California Speedway is kind of one of my favorite tracks,” Musgrave said. “There’s great racing, lots of strategy, drafting, fuel mileage challenges, pit strategy … the racing is definitely two grooves, maybe three grooves – it has all the elements a driver loves to have.” PIT NOTES David Boreanaz, currently featured on the Fox show “Bones” and best known for his role on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and his own series “Angel”, will serve as an honorary race official for Saturday’s Busch Series Stater Bros. 300. … Mark Martin’s pit crew earned the Checkers/Rally’s Double Drive-Thru Challenge win at Daytona. It was the second consecutive pit crew challenge win for the Army crew, which claimed top honors in the 2006 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. … A free concert by Fontana’s own Sammy Hagar is the main attraction for Thursday night’s Fontana Racefest at the Speedway. The event will start at 5 p.m. at the San Bernardino County FanZone and more than 20 drivers will sign autographs. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “On Monday morning, I was a lot more upbeat after taking a step back. This is a great position to be in heading to California. The team feels upbeat.” And so do his supporters. “We got a ton of phone calls from family and friends while we were in Daytona after winning the pole so I’m excited to come home and see everyone,” Gilliland said. “Most of our friends and our family still live in this area so it’s great to come back and get to see everyone. These are the people that helped me reach this point in my career so it’s going to be a lot of fun to come home and really spend some time with them this weekend.” SOLID TEAM At first, the former Chino Hills resident was disappointed. “As a driver, you really have tunnel vision and you cannot see the big picture,” Gilliland said. “I really thought we had a shot at the end to win but after you watch the replay of the wreck on the last lap, I saw the hole close in front of me and I realized we were really lucky to make it across the finish line in the top 10. center_img FONTANA – It’s homecoming week for David Gilliland, whose first exposure to California Speedway was as a teenage crew chief for his father Butch’s Ford car in the Winston West Series. Gilliland was at the track a year ago, trying to make the Busch Series Stater Bros. 300 for car owner Clay Andrews. This year, he’s in the M&M’s-sponsored Ford owned by Robert Yates Racing, and fresh off an eighth-place finish in last Sunday’s Daytona 500. last_img read more

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Council OKs master plan for L.A. River

first_imgThe city covered some of the cost of that study with its master plan, which addresses some of those questions. The master plan was expected to be approved by the City Council with nothing but accolades. But at the last minute, Councilman Richard Alarc n threatened to vote against it because it did not address tributaries in Pacoima and Sun Valley that flow into the L.A. River. “In the San Fernando Valley, it goes through all the rich communities and I’m tired of the same old governmental treatment of tax dollars going into a general pool, paid for by people in Pacoima, and yet they’re not getting their due out of this project,” Alarc n said. But other council members said the city would have needed millions more dollars and many more years to include all tributaries in the L.A. River master plan. “The proper way to do this is for you to come forward with your vision of what you want us to do,” Smith said to Alarc n, “rather than try and impede what Mr. Reyes has been trying to do for the last six years here.” kerry.cavanaugh@dailynews.com (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! City Engineer Gary Lee Moore said he is now developing a one-year implementation plan to carry out the most immediate recommendations. City planners will begin holding public workshops in July to create a new district along the river that would require new residential and commercial projects to incorporate the river and public walkways into their plans. For example, projects may have more native landscaping, grassy patches to filter urban runoff before it hits the river, and doors or entrances that face the waterway. In addition, Moore said he hopes to create a joint powers agreement and Los Angeles River Authority within a year. The agreement would bring together federal, county and city agencies that all have some jurisdiction over the river but don’t always work together. Meanwhile, the city is waiting for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete a $7.3 million study on how to return the river to a more natural environment without compromising flood control. The Los Angeles City Council approved a master plan Wednesday that calls for new development, parks and recreation facilities along 32 miles of riverfront property from Canoga Park to Boyle Heights. Designed as a 25- to 50-year blueprint that could cost $2 billion to complete, the L.A. River Revitalization Master Plan aims to clean up the water inside the river and redevelop the communities on its banks. “With this master plan, we’re giving the city a full face-lift with improved natural habitat, water quality, recreation and economic development. All those communities that historically have been neglected will have an opportunity to be rejuvenated,” said Councilman Ed Reyes, who heads the council’s Los Angeles River Ad Hoc Committee. Reyes led the effort to develop the master plan at a cost of about $3 million. last_img read more

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WHY DONEGAL SINGER HAS A VOICE LIKE CHOCOLATE!

first_imgA Donegal singer is tasting sweet success after being chosen to be the face and sound of chocolate bar Galaxy.ChaneleChanele McGuinness will be the star of the new TV advert for the company’s new Duet chocolate bar.Unsigned singer Chanele, 22, who is from Ballyshannon, is certain to hit all the right notes with the upcoming exposure. Click on the video below to see Chanele singing on the soundtrack to the new TV advert.WHY DONEGAL SINGER HAS A VOICE LIKE CHOCOLATE! was last modified: September 26th, 2015 by StephenShare 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:BallyshannonChaneledonegalGalaxysingerlast_img read more

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Date set for Youth Council Showcase Event

first_imgThe Donegal Youth Council of 2014-2016 are inviting members of the public to their Showcase Celebration Event. The event will be held on Saturday, September 3rd at 5pm at the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny.You can RSVP by emailing youthcouncil@donegalyouthservice.ie Donegal Youth Council is a group of 36 people between the ages of 12 and 18 who strive to improve the lives of people in Donegal by tackling issues faced by the public every day and running various different events.Representing five different electoral areas, they are ambassadors for the youth of Donegal.For more on Donegal’s Youth Council you can visit their Facebook page. Date set for Youth Council Showcase Event was last modified: July 26th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County CouncilDonegal Youth Councillast_img read more

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DDTV: HOOPY NEW YEAR FOR CELTIC – WATCH LEDLEY’S WINNING GOAL AGAINST RANGERS

first_imgTHE ferries might be a bit slower because of the high winds, but the road home to Donegal tonight for the county’s legions of Celtic fans is a happy one after the 1-0 win over Rangers. So for all of them – and Hoops fans everywhere – here’s Joe Ledley’s goal again.Not bad for a 5′ 5″ footballer.Click to play>   DDTV: HOOPY NEW YEAR FOR CELTIC – WATCH LEDLEY’S WINNING GOAL AGAINST RANGERS was last modified: December 29th, 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:Celticceltic 1 rangers 0DDTVRangersvideo of joe ledley goallast_img read more

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WOW! MORE OF YOUR INCREDIBLE PICTURES OF DONEGAL’S HEATWAVE!

first_img  Below: A photo of Gertie the goat, sunbathing in Craicna, Culdaff, this afternoon. Pic by Linda Karunaratne  JOHN McColgan meanwhile was in beautiful Buncrana below:  Anne Murray from Inver took the picture below of Roisin at Fintra beach. Gerard McGee sent this stunning picture of Magheraroarty beach at sunset. WOW! MORE OF YOUR INCREDIBLE PICTURES OF DONEGAL’S HEATWAVE! was last modified: March 28th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegal sunshinedonegal weatherdonegaldaily.comWOW! MORE OF YOUR INCREDIBLE PICTURES OF DONEGAL’S HEATWAVE! You have been sending in more incredible pictures of Donegal basking in the wonderful sunshine.These incredible pictures above and below were taken in Kilcar and sent in by Kilcar reader Charlie O Dónaill.They’re simply superb. last_img read more

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