Our mysterious player today was born in Lisbon on August 10, 1994 and since childhood I knew that his great passion was football. With eight years in the lower categories of Benfica and now, he already has up to twelve titles as a professional player.The boy exploded as a footballer in the club of the shirt you saw in the photo, Benfica, but just played three games with the first team. This midfielder dazzled with the subsidiary of the incarnated in Second Division being named best player in the category but never barely had opportunities with the majors. Benfica yielded it to Monaco, where it stormed the strength demonstrated in the Portuguese Silver Division. So much so that the club of the Principality invested 15.75 million euros to keep it in property when it was valued at just over 3 ‘kilos’. In his third season in France he would be part of a historical squad. Those in Monaco broke the hegemony of the PSG by winning Ligue 1 in a team that led alongside Lemar, Moutinho, Falcao and an imberbe Kylian Mbappé. In addition to its quality within the green, several teammates have noted that he is equally good person when he leaves the field. Guardiola highlighted his good attitude and his excellent ability for languages. “Bernardo is one of the most charming people I have ever met in my life. He speaks four or five languages and that is the best way to understand his open mind, “he said.Our mysterious player is a Bernardo Silva who lives a great moment in his career. The Portuguese is one of the important players in Manchester City and has become a regular in the calls of the Portuguese team with which he hopes to revalidate the title of European champions. In a few days, The Lisbon will be in front of Real Madrid to try to advance in the Champions, the pending subject of the City.CARL RECINE & nbsp; (Action Images via Reuters) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Bernardo Silva celebrates a goal against Manchester United.CARL RECINE (Action Images via Reuters) In July 2017, Our mysterious player was signed by Manchester City in exchange for 50 million euros. There, he has become one of the key players in the recent domain of the Premier League by the skyblue. The 18/19, which ended with a domestic triplet for the Etihad, has been his best campaign so far converting 13 goals and giving another 14 in 51 games.
WESTERN BUREAU:Red Stripe Premier League club FC Reno has been busy during the January transfer window, and Dean Malloy, the club’s manager, believes the new recruits have already started to make an impact.Six players were brought and two left, and Malloy is confident they will help pull the club up the standings and finish the season on a high.”We have been doing some business and, so far, we are happy with the players we have brought in,” Malloy said.”Two players have left the club, including central midfielder Leonard Rankine, who joined Western Confederation Super League club Sandals Whitehouse.Joining the former three-time champions are two attacking players in Anthony Markes, formerly of Harbour View FC, and Taj Coley, who played for Appleton in the St Elizabeth Major League.It’s in attack that FC Reno are mostly bereft of talent, so with the addition of Markes and Coley, they should at least be converting more chances.FRESH SQUAD”These players have freshened up the squad, and the team is beginning to look the part once again,” Malloy said.On Sunday, while none of the new recruits got onto the score sheet, FC Reno posted a hard-working 2-0 win over Cavalier SC at the Frome Sports Complex.Romario Downswell and Dershan Bryan scored in the seventh and 91st minutes, respectively, to give Reno their first win in five matches.Sunday’s win comes on the heels of another decent performance, as they played to a draw in their previous outing and are looking a lot more settled.”We are hoping that the new players will add some impetus and help steer the club away from relegation,” said Malloy.”It is fair to say that we are charting a new way forward, and all the players in our squad will have a role to play in moving the club forward,” he added.
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Pacers: F T.J. Leaf didn’t return after spraining his left ankle early in the second quarter. McMillan said X-rays were negative. . Damien Wilkins (personal reasons) was inactive.76ers: Richaun Holmes had several loud dunks during an effective third-quarter stint in his season debut. The center had been out since breaking his left wrist in the preseason. . Furkan Kormaz was assigned to Delaware of the G-League after the game.ROUGHHOUSINGEmbiid was called for a Flagrant 1 foul late in the first quarter when he swatted Thaddeus Young on the head on Young’s dunk.UP NEXTThe Pacers visit the New York Knicks on Sunday night.The 76ers have three days off before starting a five-game trip out West on Tuesday night at Utah.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next After Redick’s 3 made it 113-110, Domantas Sabonis was called for a charge at the other end and fouled out. After two empty possessions that included Joel Embiid missing a dunk, Simmons slipped and it appeared Philadelphia was going to turn it over.But Redick ended up with the ball and drilled an off-balance 3 as the shot clock expired.“Believe it or not, it is something that I occasionally practice,” Redick said.Each team led by nine points in an up-tempo game before the Sixers took control behind Redick, who signed a free-agent deal with Philadelphia in the offseason.Turner hadn’t played since sustaining a concussion in Indiana’s season-opening win against Brooklyn on Oct. 18. McMillan had Turner come off the bench, and after a rusty start, he helped Indiana dominate inside in the first half.Turner had a thunderous dunk over Dario Saric late in the first quarter and blocked Embiid’s jumper early in the second. His 3-pointer ignited a late 9-0 run that helped Indiana to a 63-56 halftime lead.But Turner struggled with his shot in the second half and Embiid got the better of him late.“He was a little rusty,” McMillan said. “He had to play more minutes than we probably would have liked. Sabonis got in foul trouble. He missed some shots that he’s capable of knocking down, and just timing.”Embiid had 18 points and nine rebounds. Robert Covington scored 22 for the 76ers, who shot 50 percent from the field.TIP-INS Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Porzingis has 37, leads Knicks over Suns MOST READ Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set View comments Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Redick scored 31 points and hit three decisive 3-pointers late, Ben Simmons had a triple-double and the 76ers moved above .500 for the first time in nearly four years with a 121-110 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday night.Redick said he had “goosebumps” hearing the ear-splitting sellout crowd finally get a chance to celebrate success.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“We all recognize the significance of tonight and getting over .500 for the first time in a long time,” Redick said. “My focus was more on winning. Obviously I had a good third quarter there where I got hot and then the three 3s down the stretch were more about, let’s just get a win.”Redick was 8 of 12 from 3-point range, including the go-ahead jumper with 2:06 left, another 3 to barely beat the shot clock with 1:08 remaining and a third from the left corner to make it 119-110 with 46 seconds to go. “He’s amazing,” Simmons said.Simmons was pretty good, too. He had 14 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his second triple-double in a rookie season delayed a year because of injury.The Sixers (5-4) last had a winning record when they were also 5-4 on Nov. 13, 2013, but their painful rebuild appears near an end as they won their fourth straight game.Victor Oladipo shook off a slow start to score 31 points, Bojan Bogdanovic added 21 and Myles Turner had 11 points and nine rebounds in his return from a concussion for the Pacers. They were outscored 11-0 to close the game as their three-game winning streak was snapped.“We had a couple possessions where we had open looks,” coach Nate McMillan said. “You have to knock those shots down.”ADVERTISEMENT Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Philadelphia 76ers’ Ben Simmons, right, of Australia, blocks the shot attempt by Indiana Pacers’ Darren Collison during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)PHILADELPHIA — J.J. Redick has seen plenty in his 12 NBA seasons, yet he insists he’s never heard a louder regular-season crowd.Those fans in Philadelphia were going bonkers over their new sharpshooter.ADVERTISEMENT
The newly sworn-in batch of Peace Corps volunteers with US Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch, First Lady Sandra Granger and Peace Corps Country Director Kury CobhamTwenty-nine young American volunteers will spend the next two years living with Guyanese families to execute community projects geared at fostering education, health, and protecting the environment.The 32nd group of Peace Corps volunteers to serve in Guyana was sworn in on Wednesday by United States Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch at her residence.The 29 volunteers underwent 10 weeks of training to prepare them for their deployment. During the training sessions, they learnt about Guyanese culture, creole language, technical theory and practical training on model school programmes, all while living with a Guyanese host family.Peace Corps Country Director Kury Cobham said that the 29 volunteers were committed and ready to take on the assignments with the utmost professionalism, commitment, and passion.“A group of Americans from dynamic and varying backgrounds –- all coming to give of themselves and of support to where they are most needed. Today marks the culmination of their 10 weeks of pre-service training. This time was not only meant for the training team to educate them on Guyanese culture, giving them a foundation in Creolese and drill in key technical skills relevant to their sectors, it was also a critical time for them to reconfirm their commitment to fulfil the expectations placed upon them by Peace Corps,” Cobham noted.Meanwhile, Ambassador Lynch, a former volunteer herself, spoke of the work Peace Corps has done over the years in Guyana. She noted that Peace Corps Guyana has fielded 1400 volunteers, who have served and lived in Guyanese communities, working alongside the people, sharing their aspirations, helping them address their challenges and celebrating their achievements.“The Peace Corps’ special ingredient in Guyana and globally is a people-to-people approach to learning, reinforcing, and building capacity at the community level. And 53 years later, volunteers are still serving the people of Guyana, having lived and worked in all 10 regions of this country,” the US envoy noted.Turning her attention to this current batch, Ambassador Lynch highlighted the task ahead of the new volunteers as they head out to serve in eight of Guyana’s 10 regions.“You are being posted to eight of Guyana’s 10 regions, and 40 per cent of you will be serving in some of the neediest Indigenous communities… But let me remind you that you are committing to two years of service – service to your country, the United States, and service to the Guyanese citizens in your communities and beyond. As with those before you, we expect excellence; we expect professionalism; and we expect commitment during your two years of Peace Corps Service,” the Ambassador said to the volunteers.This batch consists of 10 volunteers in the education sector, 10 in the environmental sector and nine in the.Addressing the volunteers, Education Minister Nicolette Henry recognised the sacrifices they had to make to be able to work in communities in Guyana.“I urge you to feel free to explore and enjoy what we have to offer, so that the exchange may be balanced in many respects as you interact with our teachers, students, parents, communities, and the nation by large. I trust the experience will contribute, in a large way, to your personal as well as your professional growth,” Henry posited.The 10 volunteers assigned to the education sector will serve at 26 schools throughout the country, working to improve the literacy programme from Grades One to Four.Meanwhile, the health sector will see volunteers working with young persons to improve their health and well-being outcomes by educating them on the harmful effects of alcohol and drugs.Wednesday’s swearing-in ceremony for the 32nd batch of Peace Corps Volunteers was attended by First Lady Sandra Granger; Minister of State, Dawn Hastings-Williams; Junior Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs Minister Valerie Garrido-Lowe, officials from Peace Corps Guyana and partnering stakeholders.
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Chone Figgins began the season batting ninth because Angels manager Mike Scioscia wanted to configure the lineup in a way to best “set the table for the big boys,” Vladimir Guerrero and Garret Anderson. Turns out, Figgins is pretty big himself. When the Angels players convened recently to vote for the Gene Autry Trophy, representative of the team’s MVP, Figgins was named co-winner, along with pitcher Bartolo Colon. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Figgins, 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds, didn’t last long in the ninth spot, moving up to leadoff. And while his place in the batting order has remained a constant, his locker full of gloves makes it clear he is used all over the field. He began the season as a player without a position, but his “have glove, will travel’ role got him into more games than any other Angel. He won the major-league stolen base crown, he’s the first Angel ever to score at least 100 runs and steal at least 50 bases in a season, and he has done it while playing every position except pitcher, catcher and first base. “He’s like having three players,” said Angels first baseman Darin Erstad, who admitted he voted for Figgins. “When you can play so many positions, it opens up the roster for more players. It takes a very unselfish guy to do that, and he never complains. It’s hard enough playing one position, and he can play a bunch of ’em well. He’s amazing.” Figgins admits he is humbled by his teammates’ acknowledgment of him. He spends a lot of time talking with Anderson and has learned enough Spanish to make small talk with Guerrero and the other Latin players. “It’s very important to me,” Figgins said of his relationships with teammates. “I got an opportunity to play more because of injuries, and sometimes I make mistakes defensively. But they never get down on me. They always pick me up. They say, /\x27/Don’t worry about it.” To get their vote for team MVP means everything to me.” “You can talk about Vlad (Guerrero), Frankie (Rodriguez), Bart, go down the list of guys, John Lackey, Scot Shields,” said Scioscia, whose team opens the American League Division Series at home today against the New York Yankees. “Chone, for a number of reasons, sticks out as a reason we’re going to the playoffs. His versatility from day one, all the changes he made, everything he did was so important. Figgy had a helluva year.” Figgins began the season as the starting second baseman because regular starter Adam Kennedy was recovering from offseason knee surgery. After Kennedy returned, Figgins found time at third base because rookie Dallas McPherson was having hip and back problems. And when center fielder Steve Finley’s troubles at the plate became too much for the Angels to bear, Figgins made his way to center on a more consistent basis. Figgins not only moves around from day to day, but he has changed positions during a game, a couple times in the same inning. He makes it look as easy as a simple change of gloves, but it isn’t. “It’s still tough to this point, having to come to the park ready to play but not knowing where,” said Figgins, who has started 47 games at third base, 45 in center field, 36 at second base, one at shortstop, seven in right field and 12 in left. “In the outfield, you have to know where the cutoff man is going to be, what the /\x27/no-doubles’ sign is, know where to back guys up. Then in the infield, you’ve got your bunt plays, and you have to know all the different signs for those.” Figgins has heard the talk that baseball should create a Gold Glove award for utility players, but that isn’t likely to happen. He knows the best way to become an All-Star is to have one position to call his own. “It’s helping me become a major-league player,” said Figgins, 27. “A lot of people in baseball would love to do what I do. Maybe being a player that plays every position is my role. As long as it keeps me on the field.” Figgins said his favorite position is “on the field,” but with further prodding, he admitted that shortstop is “where my heart is.” Figgins still has a score to settle. He had a rough time in the playoffs last year against the Red Sox, going 2 for 14 at the plate, committing a baserunning gaffe and making two errors in the field. “It’s unfair to talk about Chone because our whole team did not play to the level we hoped,” Scioscia said. “It wasn’t just Chone that had a tough series, a lot of guys didn’t get into their game. In a short series, things happen quickly.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A well-known former Donegal Garda Sergeant has called for legislation to force people who commit crimes against the elderly to work with old folks during their rehabilitation.Christy Galligan said recent court cases involving attacks on the elderly shows that we need to adopt a more caring and protective attitude when it comes to our most vulnerable in Society.He said “We have seen the attack by a person just released from prison on two elderly brothers with special needs in Mayo in 2013. The Blaine brothers lived a very simple life. “They were, as one cousin put it, “slaughtered” in their own home by a fantasist and violent young man. They were beaten mercilessly and scalded. That young thug, who has mental health issues, received life this week.”Mr Galligan cited the cases of several other victims attacked by thugs.He added “This is only a snippet of the attacks on the elderly over many years but we as a Society must take the reins and start to assist and inform the Gardaí of people acting unusual or suspiciously in our areas.We do this through the Community Alert text scheme or Neighbourhood watch schemes.“We should also be setting up Community Watch Officers, volunteers who are screened, to patrol areas not frequented by the Gardaí but by the travelling criminals who invade our communities. This could be funded through various community programmes.” Former Garda Sgt Christy GalliganThe former Garda said the only way to rehabilitate the offenders was to deal strictly with them and to force them to work with elderly people.“The thugs who perpetrate these crimes should be given very lengthy sentences, without remission or suspended sentences, while participating in compulsory anger management classes before their release back into Society because, unfortunately, they will be released.“They then should be made, on post release Supervision, work with the elderly and vulnerable, as part of their post release rehabilitation. Any deviation and they should be returned to prison on breaching the post Supervision Order.“The National Council for Aging released stats that showed in 1984, 432 elderly people were attacked in their homes. This fell to 66 in 1991 and 1992 and again increased to 121 in 1997.“This is an indicator of the number of our most vulnerable who are living in fear.“Those who perpetrate these crimes have no empathy or understanding of the physical, emotional or psychological damage they do. They don’t care. These cowards offer nothing to Society but their own brutal hatred for the vulnerable in order to get a few quick bob. “Whilst we are concerned for peoples rights and the right to defend themselves before our Courts there is also the right to life and the right to be left alone in ones home without the fear of attack.”Former Donegal Garda says thugs must work with victims after release was last modified: July 28th, 2017 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:Christy GalligandonegalelderlyGarda
OAKLAND — Derek Carr sauntered to the podium postgame, visibly drained, sad, lethargic and everything he hasn’t been after losses this season.Carr is normally upbeat, optimistic, engaging, but that wasn’t the case nearly as often after Sunday’s 20-6 loss to the Chargers that dropped the Raiders to 1-8 and alone with the NFL’s worst record for the time being. He told reporters something had happened that frustrated him, but he wouldn’t say what exactly.“Deep down, I’m good. I promise. It just …
A pretty gene is like a melody, decided Mary Anne Clark at Texas Wesleyan University, so she gave life to music—literally. She translated the structure of proteins into musical notes so that she could hear “protein songs,” reported National Geographic News. By listening to the songs, scientists and students alike can hear the structure of a protein. And when the songs of the same protein from different species are played together, their similarities and differences are apparent to the ear. (Emphasis added in all quotes.)That leads us to the Stupid Evolution Quote of the Week: “Therefore, Clark said, by playing the beta globin song for a human and tuatara, an ancient three-eyed lizard, people can hear the process of evolution—a variation on a theme that was present before mammals split from reptiles some 200 million years ago.”Need we remind Clark that Theme and Variations is a musical form created by intelligent composers?(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
11 August 2005A South African device originally designed to detect the theft of diamonds by mineworkers is saving the lives of critically injured patients around the world.Taking just 13 seconds to provide a full-body x-ray, the Lodox Statscan saves time during the vital “golden hour.”“It is an innovation designed in South Africa, for South Africa,” says Lodox product manager Rodney Sandwith.Sandwith received the Chairperson’s Award for the Statscan at the SABS Disa Design Institute Awards in May – the most recent in a succession of awards since the product was first unveiled in 2003.The Statscan is able to provide scans of both bone and soft tissue, useful in the diagnosis of a wide range of traumatic injuries. The full body overview means injuries can be quickly identified.“We can use it to make high quality x-rays of the entire body or just a hand. It represents the safest choice for doctors before deciding to use expensive high-dose CT or other scans,” says Sandwith.This versatility gives the scanner an edge over many other imaging technologies. The open design of the device also means that medical personnel have access to critically injured patients at all times during scanning.The images are digital, so they can be transferred across the hospital’s computer network, rotated and manipulated without any loss of quality. There is also no need for x-ray film or cartridges, dramatically reducing operating costs.A study conducted at the trauma unit at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town over more than two years found that the Statscan offered significant improvements in patient handling, reducing the time required to complete a diagnostic examination from 48 to five minutes.The same study also showed that both patients and medical staff were exposed to significantly lower radiation doses compared to conventional x-ray devices.The technology at the core of the Statscan was developed for security purposes for De Beers’ diamond mines. When the humanitarian possibilities of the scanner became apparent, De Beers became one of the primary investors in the Lodox consortium.The other primary backers are the Industrial Development Corporation and emergency services provider Netcare.The company has recently been awarded a contract to supply the Sudanese government with four Statscans at a total cost of US$1.2-million.The Statscan is already in use in 10 US hospitals, and has received full approval from the US Food and Drug Administration.“It is a state-of-the-art, lifesaving medical system,” says Sandwith. “A technology all South Africans can be proud of.”SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material