9 cards in a ‘white glove’ matchIt is curious what happened on Saturday at Eibar-Mallorca (1-2) on Saturday in Ipurua. In a ‘white glove’ match, the referee Xavier Estrada Fernández had taken 5 cards before the 90th minute, to the locals Paulo Oliveira, José Ángel ‘Cote’ and Orellana; and to visitors Antonio Raillo and Dani Rodríguez.The ‘normality’ jumped through the air with the goal of Pedro Bigas, central defender of Eibar, born in Palma de Mallorca and former player of Mallorca. After the goal (1-2) with which the eibarreses cut distances, which came in time of discount, the vermilion goalkeeper, Manolo Reina took the ball inside his goal and did not release it to delay the kick-off, and try Avoid a match that did not occur. That caused the anger of the eibarreses players who claimed the ball to resume the game, but the goalkeeper of Villanueva del Trabuco (Málaga) continued to hold the ball as if it were his property, which despaired the Catalans.A dialectical brawl formed on the grass, where players from both teams met verbally because of this unusual situation. The referee then admonished by, discussing with the rivals, both the local Sergi Enrich, and Charles; as the visitor Reina.But even with the final whistle, the mess is over. Then the reproaches of one another began again. The referee took out, already finished the game and also to discuss, the yellow card to Yoel, substitute goalkeeper of Eibar, who had jumped to the grass at the conclusion of the duel.No one left the lawn. The Barca goalkeeper had to intervene, Dmitrovic, to mediate the discussion, taking his homologue Queen, who was exalted, by the arm, which managed to appease the spirits. Thus, several minutes after the end of the match, the players finally went to the locker room.The verbal noise, in which the arbitrator reflected in the minutes, there were no insults or threats – there will be no sanctions -, caused the party to end with a ‘war party’ of 9 cards (6 for the Guipuzcoans and 3 for the Balearic Islands). Paulo Oliveira, defense of Eibar, will be low by penalty before the Real society in Ipurua on Tuesday (20 hours) in a postponed match, corresponding to day 24 of the First Division League.The game between the two Guipuzcoan clubs must have been played on Sunday, February 16, but was suspended due to air pollution due to a landfill fire in Zaldibar (Bizkaia), caused by a landslide that buried two workers, whose bodies have not yet been found.The Portuguese central saw a yellow card in the Eibar-Mallorca (1-2) meeting on Saturday in Ipurua that will cause his absence due to accumulation of reprimands. He skated on the wet grass when he was going to play a ball, which he crossed, and suffered a strong encounter with ‘Cucho’ Hernández in which both were injured.This will be the second punishment match that Paulo Oliveira will meet. The first was against Atlético de Madrid in Ipurua, where the Guipuzcoans won 2-0 without their contest on January 18. In the previous duel against Valencia (1-0) in Mestalla, he saw two yellow cards that caused his expulsion. Before playing in Valencia he had 4 cards, but when he saw the red card for a double warning, the two yellow cards were not counted and his ‘score’ continued at 4.The Portuguese played 19 league games, in which he scored a goal, precisely against Mallorca in Son Moix, where the Eibarreses also fell (2-1) on the first league day of the 2019-2020 season.Eibar (27 points) has lost the only two games in which it has faced the Balearics in the First Division. Thus, Mallorca (25 points) has in its favor the particular ‘goal-average’, something fundamental in the struggle for permanence.
Dear Editor,Guyana will receive four million barrels of ‘profit-oil’ in 2020; the Granger Administration has already sold three million of those in 2019. Granger has not bothered to hold a press conference and offer details. Given the importance of this event and the strident calls for transparency in all dealings with oil revenues, this is a troubling development. But there is worse news, as I write this; the Department of Energy is working feverishly to conclude an arrangement for the sale of all of Guyana’s profit-oil over the next five years. The deal reportedly involves payment of 0.75 per cent of all sales to a newly created London-based marketing company. 0.75 per cent may not sound like much but it will amount to over US$100 million over the next five years.Mr Granger and Mr Bynoe are thumbing their collective noses at the Guyanese people with their continuing refusal to acknowledge that long-term deals cannot be entered into by a caretaker Government and the need for full transparency in all dealings with oil and gas. The recently leaked Auditor General’s report for 2018 contains page after page detailing corrupt practices, billions of unaccounted public monies and brazen theft by the Granger Administration. The attempt to sign a five-year oil sale arrangement with a clear fund-siphon attached is beyond the pale of honesty and decency.David Granger has hidden from the glare of unscripted questions throughout his Presidency; he has clung fiercely to the idea that it is better to be silent and thought a fool than to speak up and remove all doubt; this cannot be the modus operandi of Guyana’s leader in our new era as an oil-producing nation. Opaqueness is a recipe for civil disaster.Granger is going to attempt to sell the next five years of oil production before February 2020, mere days before a general election. This is how Granger wants to begin his “Decade of Development”, it is a roadmap for corruption; a return to the ‘dark ages’ and an establishment of a Granger Monarchy. Republic day is on the March 23, a week later Regional and General Elections will be held, let us resolve to vote for the end of opaque oil dealings, corruption and see a return to the rule of law and a system of parliamentary democracy.The PPP/C presidential candidate has stated publicly that there is a great need for measures to be in place to ensure transparency and accountability to guard the emerging sector against corruption. Given that Granger came into Government and met a full Treasury (US$968 million) and is leaving it with nothing but buttons five years later, there is no greater urgency for all Guyanese to work together to halt this insidious long-term sale of oil being negotiated clandestinely by Granger and Bynoe. I will continue to shine this little light of mine, Guyanese will get to do their bit at the polls on March 2, 2020.Respectfully,Robin Singh
Marcus Bisram murder trialIn light of delays in the Marcus Bisram case, Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan says it is embarrassing that the State is not ready to prosecute the extradited murder accused, who is charged with orchestrating the murder of a 26-year-old carpenter in 2016.When the case was called up at the Whim Magistrate’s Court, the prosecution indicated that it is not fully prepared to move ahead with the case. The matter was then adjourned to December 9 for the prosecution to submit all files relating to the matter.But on that day, the presiding Magistrate, Alex Moore, reported sick. The defence team has since complained bitterly about the delays, especially since the State had to prepare its case while the extradition process was ongoing to get Bisram here from the United States.When asked about these delays, Ramjattan told reporters on the sidelines of an event on Wednesday that situation is embarrassing.“Well, that is very embarrassing if that is what the behaviour is… what you’re telling me there is rather disheartening,” he asserted.According to the Public Security Minister, he will be looking into the matter. He noted that he will be talking to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) as well as the Chief Justice and Chancellor of the Judiciary in relation to the prosecutor and the Magistrate, respectively.However, Ramjattan noted that there is a file containing evidence upon which Bisram was charged last month. In fact, he posited that the necessary documents are all there and that the Police, particularly, the Crime Chief would have those documents.But it was pointed out to the Minister that some of the statements in that file are yet to be submitted to the Court for the commencement of the Preliminary Inquiry (PI).As such, he said “Well that again is rather surprising. It will be entirely embarrassing for the State to demand [Bisram’s] coming over and now that he’s extradited these officers are not up to the task of ensuring that they get the documents in time”.Bisram is charged with the murder of Fayaz Narinedatt, a carpenter of Number 70 Village Corentyne, on November 30, 2016.He is accused of ordering the death of the 26-year-old, which was initially reported as a suspected hit-and-run accident. It was later revealed that Narinedatt was murdered after he rejected sexual advances made by Bisram.Further investigations led to five persons being charged and are now committed to stand trial in the High Court for the carpenters’ murder. Bisram was initially charged here in absentia and local Police have been trying since to get Bisram, a US-based citizen, here but he had been fighting his extradition over the past two years.But his efforts were futile and Bisram was eventually handed over to local authorities on November 20. He was then arraigned the following day at the Whim’s Magistrate Court.After the court was told that the prosecution was not ready for commencement of the trial at the December 2 hearing, State Prosecutor Stacy Goodings did not show up when the matter was recalled on Monday.Additionally, a scheduled visit to the scene of the murder was also postponed after the Magistrate had reported sick.Defence Attorney Sanjeev Datadin has accused the State of delaying the case
The front nine proved to be a struggle today with bogeys on the third, seventh, and eighth holes, on the way to a 39 on the front nine.The back nine got off to a good start with a birdie on the par three, 11th, however Dreher unfortunately would drop another two strokes with bogeys on holes 14 and 16.Dreher has a quick turn around as she’ll be back on the course on Monday as she attempts to qualify for the Canadian Women’s Open in Edmonton.- Advertisement –
Dominguez 62, Poly 56 Jordan 53, Santa Margarita 52, OT Artesia 89, Simi Valley 60 Division I-A second round Los Alamitos 79, Leuzinger 65 Division IV-A quarterfinals La Salle 59, Valley Christian 58 St. Anthony 60, Cathedral 59 L.A. CITY SECTIONInvitational Division second round Bell 53, El Camino Real 49 GIRLS SOCCERSOUTHERN SECTIONDivision I second round Los Alamitos 2, Mission Viejo 1 Wilson 3, St. Lucy’s 2 (OT) Division III second round La Mirada 1, Norco 0 Mayfair 3, Riverside Poly 0 Division IV second round St. Joseph 2, Jurupa Valley 0 Division V second round Oaks Christian 7, Bell Gardens 1 N.D. Academy 3, Downey 2 (OT) Valley Christian 3, Pomona 0 Division VI second round Arrowhead Chr. 6, St. Matthias 0 Ontario Christian 5, Mary Star 1 L.A. CITY SECTIONChampionship Division second round San Pedro 5, Birmingham 3 (OT) Hamilton 3, Narbonne 0 Invitational Division second round Palisades 6, South East 2 University 4, Carson 1 GIRLS WATER POLOSOUTHERN SECTIONDivision I quarterfinals Foothill 13, Millikan 6 Montebello 13, Wilson 12 (OT) TODAYGIRLS BASKETBALLSOUTHERN SECTIONAll games at 7:30 p.m. Division I-AA second round Poly at Villa Park Lynwood at Fullerton Wilson at Ventura Gahr at Brea Olinda Division I-A second round Hart at Glenn Division III-AA second round St. Paul at Oxnard Pacifica Division IV-AA second round St Matthias at Fairmount Prep BOYS SOCCERSOUTHERN SECTIONAll games at 3 p.m. Division I second round Wilson at Thousand Oaks Bell Gardens at Chino Hills Los Alamitos at Santa Margarita Millikan at Aliso Niguel Division III second round La Mirada at Paramount Saddleback at Warren L.A. CITY SECTIONChampionship Division second round Washington at Bell Fairfax at South Gate 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! TUESDAY’S SCORESBOYS BASKETBALLSOUTHERN SECTIONDivision I-AA second round Mayfair 81, Mission Viejo 73, OT Compton 85, Harvard-Westlake 59 La Mirada 63, St. John Bosco 54
1 Joe Hart Joe Hart was in inspired form as Manchester City came from behind to beat Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League on Wednesday. The England goalkeeper saved a Raffael penalty and produced a string of stunning saves during the first half before City claimed a late win courtesty of strikes from Nicolas Otamendi and Sergio Aguero. And after the win, City fans took to Twitter to thank their goalkeeper.
Lewis Grabban 1 Bournemouth have completed the signing of former striker Lewis Grabban from Norwich in a deal rumoured to be worth around £8m.Grabban played for the Cherries between 2012 and 2014 and returns to the club on a three-and-a-half-year contract having spent 18 months at Norwich.Following his £3m move to Carrow Road, Grabban helped the Canaries gain promotion in his debut season, scoring 13 goals in his time in East Anglia.Eddie Howe had three bids rejected for his former frontman in the summer but Alex Neil has now sanctioned the move, with the Norwich boss hoping to complete the signing of Steven Naismith from Everton for £8m.The news comes only 24 hours after the club confirmed the signing of Benik Afobe from Wolves for a club record £9m.“I think we’ll be getting a better Lewis Grabban, but he’ll realise that we’ve got better as well and he will have to adapt too. But we’re in no doubt we’re getting a good player back,” manager Howe told his club’s official website.“He’s also someone who was popular in the dressing room behind the scenes he’s a strong motivator and we’re delighted to be bringing him back.”
1 Olivier Giroud’s agent has opened the door for the Arsenal striker to move to Napoli as part of a swap deal which would see Gonzalo Higuain head in the other direction. The Sun report that Arsene Wenger is ready to speak with Napoli chiefs to dicuss the deal and Giroud’s agent has celared the path for the move. The Gunners are preparing for the new season and hope they can go one better than their second-place finish last term. And they would be confident of but with the proven firepoawer of Higuain who was Serie A’s top scorer. Giroud’s agent Mickael Manuello said: “There is no fear in Olivier going to Napoli, it is a magnificent city.“In Campania, my client would lead a wonderful life, not to mention that the type of game orchestrated by Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri could enhance the quality of a centre-forward like him.He added: “At the moment, Giroud is an Arsenal player. If he was asked to leave, then we would evaluate our options.” Giroud could be on the move to Napoli as part of a swap deal with Higuain
Mayor Ian McGarvey and County Manager Seamus Neely sign up for the North West 10K.The Mayor of Donegal Cllr Ian McGarvey and the County Manager Seamus Neely were the first two people to register for the North West 10k during Monday’s Council meeting in Lifford.But they certainly won’t be the last!In fact, organisers are estimating than more than 2,000 people will be taking to the roads of Letterkenny for the popular annual fun run/walk. Donegal Daily is once again sponsoring the event along with Brian McCormick Sports.But anyone looking for the cool running t-shirts which come free with entry are advised to sign up because they are going quickly!With huge crowds expected for the North West 10k the committee is encouraging as many people as possible to pre-enter at Letterkenny Community Centre. A Portacabin office will be open beside the Centre from 5 to 7pm tonight, Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd while it will be 3 – 6pm on Saturday afternoon.Sponsorship cards are still available from the Letterkenny Chamber to support the two main benefiting charities the Letterkenny Branch of the Dyslexia Association of Ireland and the Conwal Parish Church Restoration Committee. A number of other associated charities will also benefit by their association with the North West 10k. The Chamber office is located at Grand Central Complex, Canal Road opposite the Retail Park (tel number 9124866.A traffic management plan will be in place on the day. There will be some disruption to traffic for a period in the afternoon so motorists and the general public are asked to be patient and cooperate with the instructions of the Gardai and stewards. For further details go to www.northwest10k.com COUNTDOWN CONTINUES AS ORGANISERS EXPECT HUGE CROWD FOR NORTH WEST 10K was last modified: May 1st, 2014 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:donegalletterkennyNorth West 10k
Kalidou Koulibaly has signed a new five-year contract to stay at Napoli.The club’s president Aurelio De Laurentiis confirmed the deal on Saturday, prior to the club’s pre-season friendly at Liverpool. LATEST Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti De Laurentiis was initially asked about Lille defender Kevin Malcuit, who he confirmed has now signed.“Yes, all true,” the president confirmed to Sky, “He comes outright for a total of €13 million.”He then declared: “Koulibaly, he has renewed with us for another five seasons.“He is the best defender in the world probably. For him I have refused €90 million from three clubs because I do not sell.” targets LIVING THE DREAM Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? three-way race Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Koulibaly has been the subject of multiple big bids this summer moving on REVEALED Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade IN DEMAND Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father TOP WORK Latest Transfer News targets This announcement will come as a blow to multiple top European clubs including Manchester United.The Red Devils are known to be long-term admirers of the Senegalese centre-back and were rumoured to be targeting him this summer before switching their attentions towards Barcelona’s Yerry Mina. 1 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ RANKED