Jesus Corona attracts Everton approach

first_img Along with Everton, West Ham have registered their interest about Corona’s availability this summer. read also:Fernandes responds to Ronaldo’s Instagram workout challenge Despite Porto’s financial difficulties and the current situation, Corona’s price is €50m. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Porto midfielder Jesus Corona has attracted an approach from Everton. Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Most Breathtaking Bridges In The WorldPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Best Cars Of All TimeTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art Loading… A Bola says the Mexico international’s form has caught the eye of Blues football chief Marcel Brands. The 27-year-old has had an impressive season and shown his versatility playing on the right of midfield, at right back and even on the left, he’s managed two goals and a rather impressive 17 assists.Advertisementlast_img read more

Boo me not the players, urges Van Gaal

first_img Van Gaal urged Manchester United fans to boo him, rather than the team, if they are unhappy with how things are going in Saturday’s home match against West Brom. The United manager felt his players were affected by the tense atmosphere inside Old Trafford during the narrow 1-0 win over CSKA Moscow on Tuesday. United fans booed loudly when Van Gaal replaced Anthony Martial with Marouane Fellaini and “We’re Man United, we want to attack” was regularly sung by the home support, who had become annoyed at the often sterile, possession-based football the Dutchman enjoys so much. Van Gaal admits supporters are entitled to their opinion, but believes negativity is seeping through to the players. ”The supporters have to support the players, otherwise they make it very difficult for the players to play at Old Trafford,” he said. ‘I can only advise the fans to criticise the manager and not the players. It’s very difficult to play for Manchester United with a lot of pressure and you can taste that in Old Trafford because of all the yelling, then it’s not good for my players. ”It’s better to whistle the manager.” Despite boasting an impressive CV, Van Gaal has encountered opposition from supporters throughout his 24-year management career. Ajax fans resisted his appointment as manager as Van Gaal was an enemy of club hero Johan Cruyff. And when Van Gaal returned to Barcelona for a second spell as manager, he lasted six months after the supporters turned on him. Given the torrid year they endured under David Moyes, United supporters still are mindful that it would be too far to stage an open revolt against Van Gaal, especially when the Red Devils are fourth in the league and on the verge of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages. Press Association Louis van Gaal insists he is ready to deal with any flak that comes with his way at Old Trafford this weekend. But if any more negativity comes his way, Van Gaal is certainly ready for it. “I can cope with it because I have had a lot of experience in my life as a manager,” he added. “When I started as a 39-year-old coach with Ajax, all the fans were shouting, from the very first day, ‘Johan Cruyff’, until we won the UEFA Cup and then it was finished. “In Barca we had white handkerchiefs. In my first period we were champions, champions, and we won the cup, so it was not like that, but it my second period in Barcelona it was always the white handkerchiefs. “In Bayern Munich, I had the same in my second year, so I, as a manager, am used to these negative things, I think. “But the number of fans is, of course, much higher with Manchester United, because we have the most fans in the world.” When it was put to him that he could win the fans over, as he did with Holland, Van Gaal said: “I hope that your words make it true.” For now, Van Gaal’s main challenge is overcoming a West Brom team who are likely to be just as defensively-minded as CSKA were on Tuesday. Last season the Baggies played in a rigid 5-4-1 formation and won all three points after Chris Brunt’s free-kick struck Jonas Olsson and beat David de Gea. United went into the last two international breaks on the back of defeats and the Dutchman does not want a repeat this time. “It has happened to us twice now, against Swansea and Arsenal. It is awful,” Van Gaal said. “Now we are playing at home, but we are playing at home against a team who we lost against last season here, so it shall be difficult. “But I hope we win, then we can have a fortnight after we have won, and not lost. Van Gaal will give a late test to Morgan Schneiderlin, who missed the match against CSKA through illness. ”He shall train today (Friday) for the first time so we have to wait and see,” Van Gaal told MUTV. last_img read more

Sex offenses at USC increased in 2015

first_imgDesign by Katlyn LeeThe number of reported sex offenses at USC went up in the past year, though the number of reported rapes has decreased, according to new data released in the Department of Public Safety’s 2016 Annual Security Report. Forty-one total sex offenses — including 11 rapes and 28 fondling cases — were reported in 2015, compared to 18 rapes and 13 fondling cases the previous year. A footnote in the report explains that 12 of the 28 fondling incidents were carried out by one individual, who was arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department and pleaded guilty to battery on school grounds for slapping girls’ buttocks on and around campus. The data showed that an equal number of rapes occurred on campus, in student housing and in a non-campus environment. Furthermore, two statutory rapes were reported on campus this year, which the report explains resulted from a California law that prevents minors from engaging in sexual intercourse, as neither can legally give consent.Crimes reported as part of the Violence Against Women Act increased this year from 17 to 27, with the greatest increase in the number of stalking cases. The act, which was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994, dedicates special federal funding to addressing crimes against women.The report indicated that the number of violent crimes in 2015 other than sexual assault stayed mostly the same from the year prior, with 12 reported robberies, nine cases of aggravated assault, and 29 burglaries. In 2014, 11 robberies, 10 cases of aggravated assault and 30 burglaries were reported. Cases of motor vehicle theft tripled this year, from six to 18, while arrests for drug violations rose from 18 to 32. The number of disciplinary referrals for liquor law violations remained high at 539, though a downward trend can be observed that shows referrals decreasing from 563 in 2013 to 555 last year. Three hate crimes were reported in 2015, of which the report said two were classified as simple assault with a bias of national origin while one was classified as intimidation with a bias of religion.The University is required to report its crime statistics as part of the Clery Act, which mandates that crimes which occur within the geographic area of campus or are reported to a campus security authority must be disclosed by Oct. 1 of each year. Online versions of the 2016 and 2015 Annual Security Reports are available on the DPS website, while paper copies of the previous seven years’ reports can be obtained upon request from the DPS archives.The Department of Public Safety was not available for comment.last_img read more

Sumner County Unofficial Vote Tallies for Kansas State Primary – Aug. 5

first_imgJason BoydR319 ST REPRESENTATIVE 79TH DISTLarry AlleyR526 REPUBLICAN BALLOT * Indicates a write-in candidate COUNTY OFFICES    NAME OF OFFICE OR QUESTIONNAME OF PERSON VOTED FORPTYVOTES RECEIVED COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICTSteve WarnerR730 D. J. SmithR146 Andrew LawsonR311 ST REPRESENTATIEVE 82ND DISTPete DeGraafR74 Clark ShultzR407 US REPRESENTATIVE 4TH DIST.Todd TiahrtR934 Beverly GossageR511 ATTORNEY GENERALDerek SchmidtR2093 Kris KobachR1494 STATE TREASURERRon EstesR2107 GOVERNOR/LT. GOVERNORJennifer Winn/Robin R. LaisR1069center_img ST REPRESENTATIVE 116TH DISTKyle D. HoffmanR895 Sam Brownback/Jeff ColyerR1427 NATIONAL/STATE OFFICES David J. PowellR596 Milton WolfR1075 Ken SelzerR589 ST REPRESENATIVE 80TH DISTKasha KelleyR418 SECRETARY OF STATEScott MorganR912 UNITED STATE SENATEAlvin E. ZahtnerR184 COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCEJohn M. TopilkarR194 Mike PompeoR1578 Pat RobertsR1103 COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICTCliff BalesR451 Primary Election 8/5/14UNOFFICIAL RESULTS 39 of 40 Precinctslast_img read more