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first_img 6 6 6 6 6 3. Lucas Piazon – click right to see more players you won’t believe are STILL at Chelsea – He might have been rated one of the best young players to own in FIFA 14, but Lucas Piazon has been anything but exceptional during his time at Chelsea. Having played just three times for the Blues’ first-team, Piazon has spent the majority of his Chelsea career at different clubs. Malaga, Vitesse Arnham and Eintracht Frankfurt are all on the Brazilian’s CV, who is still just 21. It’s reported Piazon is keen to stay in Frankfurt, but it remains to be seen whether Chelsea will sell. 1. Victor Moses – click right to see more players you won’t believe are STILL at Chelsea – Yes, Victor Moses is still at Chelsea. The Nigeria winger hasn’t played for the Blues since May 2013, having spent the two previous seasons on loan at Liverpool and Stoke City, and is doubtful to feature in Jose Mourinho’s first-team squad for the 2015-16 season. What does that mean for the former Wigan star, who arrived from the Latics in 2012? 2. Oriol Romeu – click right to see more players you won’t believe are STILL at Chelsea – Barcelona youngsters tend to be of a high standard and Oriol Romeu was no different. Finding his first-team opportunities restricted at the Nou Camp, understandable with Andreas Iniesta, Xavi and Sergio Busquets all in the mix, he agreed to join Chelsea in August 2011. It started well at Stamford Bridge, but a mix of injuries and managerial changes saw the Spaniard’s chances restricted. Loans at Valencia and Suttgart have followed, but the 23-year-old signed a new deal at the club in 2014, so maybe Jose Mourinho does see a future for the Catalan. 4. Josh McEachran – click right to see more players you won’t believe are STILL at Chelsea – Oxford-born Josh McEachran (pictured above, left) has been at Chelsea since the age of eight. At one stage the youngest player to have represented the Blues in the Champions League, first-team chances have been hard to come by recently. The 22-year-old, whose contract expires at the end of next season, has spent loan spells at Wigan, Middlesbrough and Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem. Once highly rated by Carlo Ancelotti, it remains to be seen whether McEachran will be used by Jose Mourinho. 6. Christian Atsu – Signed from Porto in 2013, the Ghana winger has made exactly 0 appearances for the Blues. The 23-year-old, who played all of his country’s matches at the 2014 World Cup, has played on loan at Vittese Arnhem and Everton though. The flyer has agreed a loan deal with Bournemouth for the 2015-16 season and will have to wait another year for his chance at Stamford Bridge. 5. Marko Marin – click right to see more players you won’t believe are STILL at Chelsea – Hopes were high when Marko Marin arrived at Chelsea from Werder Bremen and the German youngster started brightly at Stamford Bridge. The 26-year-old was expected to challenge Juan Mata for the No.10 shirt, following an impressive pre-season campaign. An injury during his debut season saw his chances hampered though and loan spells at Sevilla, Fiorentina and Anderlecht have followed. 6 Chelsea might be Premier League champions, but they could put together a fairly decent XI with the players currently on the sidelines at the club.A number of youngsters are on loan at a host of clubs around Europe, and all will be returning to Stamford Bridge ahead of the new season.While their futures at the Blues are in doubt, there’s no denying that there is some serious quality up for grabs in south west London.Click right on the arrows to see the players, and leave your comments below…last_img read more

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first_img 5 5 Cameron Brannagan: 19-year-old midfielder – click the arrow above, right, to see other Liverpool kids destined to break into the first team – A versatile midfielder, Brannagan is naturally an energetic box-to-box option, but he has also played at full-back before. He has played six times for the first team this season, and he suits Klopp’s pressing style of play. Despite his versatility and energy, he is still a talented ball player, and looks to have all the traits to make it in the Premier League. Since taking charge of Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp has proven his desire to utilise the youth players in the academy system at Anfield.The likes of Brad Smith, Kevin Stewart and Sheyi Ojo have all played under the German boss, but Jordon Ibe remains the biggest recent success from the academy set-up.Ibe was drafted into the first team last season, and has since managed 51 appearances for the Reds.He has made the step-up to senior football with ease, and Klopp could look to bring more youngsters into the first-team for next year.Click the arrow above to see which five youngsters will be hoping to break into the Liverpool team next season… Danny Ward: 22-year-old goalkeeper – The goalkeeper positions at Anfield are not stocked with quality, and Ward could take advantage next season. Simon Mignolet is the current first choice keeper, and the 22-year-old Ward has become second choice under Klopp, who has removed Adam Bogdan from his team. The Welsh youngster spent the first half of the season on loan at Aberdeen, conceding 29 goals in 29 games, and many believe he has a right to be playing ahead of Mignolet already. 5 Pedro Chirivella: 18-year-old midfielder – Another midfielder, Chirivella made his senior debut for the Reds earlier this season, playing against Bordeaux in the Europa League. He has since been utilised in the FA Cup, and has impressed in his natural holding role. A cultured defensive-minded player, Chirivella could be compared to Sergio Busquets, in that he can win the ball and hold possession with equal ability. It is clear Klopp rates him highly, having just convinced Chirivella to sign a new contract tying him down at Anfield until 2020. 5 Harry Wilson: 18-year-old winger – A diminutive right winger, Wilson has an abundance of talent which he has shown consistently in youth football. He made his senior debut for Wales as a 16-year-old, and whilst he has not yet played for the Liverpool first-team, he spent the beginning of this season on loan with Crewe. He has raw pace, and must be a horror to defend against, and most importantly he has a good final ball. Wilson has four goals in 11 Under-21 games this season, and Klopp must surely have been watching with envy. 5 Sergi Canos: 19-year-old winger – The 19-year-old winger is currently on loan at Brentford in the Championship, scoring four goals and registering three assists in 28 games. Naturally a right winger, Canos can also play on the left, and has been performing well in what is a physical division despite his youth. He has not yet made his debut for Liverpool, but he looks to be the kind of attacking player that Klopp will love to utilise.last_img read more

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first_imgA child who was a passenger in a car which was struck by a hay bale which fell off a tractor has been awarded €12,000.The child was two years old at the time of the accident which occurred outside Lifford on September 14th, 2013. The child’s parents appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court today as part of an infant ruing for damages.Ms Patricia McCallum, barrister for the child, told the court that the driver of the tractor and trailer had been negligent in the case when a hay bail had fallen off the vehicle and collided with the car.The court was told the toddler was taken to hospital but did not appear to have suffered any physical injuries.However, in the weeks that followed the child was constantly touching her head and was waking each night, sometimes on the hour.Ms McCallum said the child had been born with a congenital infection and that this had caused her to suffer from epilepsy and blurred vision.The court was told that following the accident, the child’s teacher’s at her special pre-school had suffered some difficulties and had to leave some activities.Judge James O’Donoghue said he was recommending the offer.The child’s parents had asked if some of the money could be released to allow them to take the young girl on a holiday and Judge O’Donoghue released €750 of the award for this.The Judge also allowed for special damages and costs in the case.Child awarded €12,000 after hay bale falls on her parent’s car was last modified: January 18th, 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:baleChilddamagedonegalhayLiffordlast_img read more

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first_img Seaman’s Arsenal honours “It was weird,” he explained. “That same morning I’d spoken to a certain Alex Ferguson, who said that he wanted me to go to Man United, and then Arsenal came in for me in the afternoon.“I went [to Arsenal] for talks and it all fell through, so then I had to back to QPR – we’d already had an agreement with Arsenal that I was going to sign – so I went to the World Cup [in Italy] as the no.3 goalkeeper, but broke my thumb in training.”That was it, he thought. Arsenal would definitely not be interested now.“I came back from the hospital and Doc Crane, who used to be the Arsenal doctor and was also the England doctor says: ‘we’ve just got to go on a little detour, we’ve got to go and see David Dein and George Graham’.” Seaman was playing for QPR when Arsenal made their move for him When David Seaman was leaving Queens Park Rangers in 1990, the goalkeeper had a tough choice to make. Did he want to play for Arsenal or Manchester United.In the end he happily turned down to Fergie to remain in London where he formed one of the most formidable back lines English football has ever seen.Now a co-presenter on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast on talkSPORT, the 54-year-old told the Arsenal Weekly podcast about the bizarre day he discovered both clubs were vying for his signature. Premier League x2First Division x1FA Cup x4League Cup x1Cup Winners Cup x1 The player couldn’t believe it and made a swift recovery to be ready for the start of the 1990/91 season where he was an instant hit.Arsenal lifted their second league title in three years, losing just once – to Chelsea – en route to the First Division crown. Only a Paul Gascoigne-inspired Tottenham prevented them from doing the league and cup double.center_img Seaman chose Arsenal over Man United in 1990 2 2 Seaman, meanwhile, kept 29 clean sheets in 50 matches that season, and conceded just 18 league goals.It was an eventful campaign, which saw Tony Adams jailed for drink-driving and the club docked two points for their part in a 21-man brawl during a win against United.In Manchester, Fergie had to be content with signing Peter Schmeichel a year later.Listen to David Seaman on talkSPORT every Wednesday from 10am here.last_img read more

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first_imgMissing: A family has asked us to share the following information regarding their missing 10-month old pup. The gorgeous little Labrador pup went missing yesterday from the Glenwood Area of Glencar.The family are anxious to find him and have launched an online appeal in the hope that someone somewhere has spotted their adorable pup. Can you please share this post on your Facebook or Twitter accounts to help spread the word.Anyone who has any information regarding the pup can ring 0860500007.MISSING: CAN YOU HELP REUNITE OWNER WITH BELOVED LABRADOR PUP was last modified: March 19th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:10-month oldglencarGlenwoodLabradornewsNoticesPuplast_img read more

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first_imgThe Lough Swilly Shannon on its way home to Donegal.Lifeboat crew from Lough Swilly RNLI will arrive into Buncrana at noon tomorrow (Fri) onboard the station’s new €2.4 million Shannon class lifeboat. The new lifeboat is the first of its class to be put on service in Ireland and the first to be named after an Irish river, the previous classes are all called after UK rivers.The lifeboat crew onboard will be joined by RNLI staff coxswain Martin Philips, who is using the passage home as an opportunity to continue with the training programme for the state of the art lifeboat. On the last leg of the passage from Portrush in county Antrim the crew will be joined by RNLI Divisional Operations Manager Darren Byers but the honour of taking the lifeboat into Lough Swilly will fall to the station Coxswain Mark Barnett.The station is hoping for a large turnout at the Buncrana pier as the new lifeboat arrives into the harbour to take up residence on the Donegal coastline. The lifeboat is named Derek Bullivant and has been largely funded through a legacy from Mr Bullivant who hailed from Bewdley, Worcestershire, UK and who passed away in September 2011.The Shannon is the latest class of all-weather lifeboat to join the RNLI fleet and the first to be propelled by waterjets instead of traditional propellers, making it the most agile and manoeuvrable all-weather lifeboat in the fleet. Waterjets allow the vessel to operate in shallow waters and be intentionally beached.The new lifeboat was developed to operate in the worst of sea conditions and is self-righting, automatically turning the right side up in the event of a capsize. Its unique hull is designed to minimise slamming of the boat in heavy seas and the shock-absorbing seats further protect the crew from impact when powering through the waves. The lifeboat has a top speed of 25 knots and a range of 250 nautical miles, which makes it ideal for offshore searches and rescues in calm and rough seas. Commenting from onboard the Shannon lifeboat, Lough Swilly RNLI Coxswain Mark Barnett said, ‘This day has been a long time coming for our lifeboat station and it is one that is very emotional for all of us. The arrival of a new lifeboat is a huge investment in the community by the RNLI. It’s not just a financial investment but it is also an investment in our lifeboat crew, the people who live here and the people who use the waters around our station, whether locally based or just passing through.This will be its home for many years to come and it will be launched on countless rescues and save many lives. We would also like to express our gratitude to the late Mr Derek Bullivant, whose name is proudly displayed on our lifeboat and whose generosity made this possible.’Once the lifeboat is on station, training will continue for the remaining volunteer lifeboat crew at Lough Swilly RNLI before the lifeboat is officially put on service and the previous one is retired into the relief fleet.LOUGH SWILLY TO WELCOME FIRST RNLI SHANNON CLASS LIFEBOAT TOMORROW was last modified: April 9th, 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:buncranaLough SwillyRNLIShannonlast_img read more

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first_imgENTERTAINMENT: It’s that time of the year again when everyone is ready for some serious Rugby!!As the Rugby World Cup kicks off tonight at 8pm – get into Voodoo Lounge and catch the opening game ENGLAND V FIJI with complimentary light bits and dips on high definition plasma screens – highlights from 6pm.# Rugby Season is extra cool with ALL PINTS €3 – choose from a variety of 8 taps, the atmosphere will be buzzing so get in early and grab a good seat!!Complimentary Pint of Heineken for the first 30 customers!!Michael Murphy Sports & Voodoo Venue have teamed up to Give-Away Exclusively branded Customised New Rugby Kits at every Ireland Game!!Be in for a chance to win one of these fantastic Rugby Kits in Voodoo Lounge during half time.. Receive a ticket with every pint purchased and be in for a chance to win one of these great prizes!! Voodoo Venue, Donegal’s Official Rugby Bar show’s all of the top Live Sports fixtures, every week!!KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR OUR COCKTAIL RUGBY SPECIAL!! Sunday September 20th – Voodoo got the full World Cup secedule from 12pm, including Ireland’s first game of the cup against Canada at 2.30pm.Check out our Facebook page for more information:https://www.facebook.com/VOOD00venueletterkennyENTERTAINMENT: MICHAEL MURPHY AND VOODOO VENUE TEAM UP FOR THE RUGBY WORLD CUP was last modified: September 18th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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)last_img read more

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first_imgThe Niners’ season has been over for a while, but there are still games to play.Kyle Shanahan’s team is in a strange place — they’re not trying to win, but they need to maintain the franchise’s momentum from the last year, and to do that they need to win.So ahead of the NFL’s trade deadline on Tuesday, the Niners should be selling — getting value for players that won’t help them now or in the future — but they should look at some buy-low, future-gains options as well.Here are three trade …last_img read more

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first_imgScientists have found out that hummingbirds and insects don’t hover in the same way.  Insects support 50% of their weight on both up and down strokes, but hummingbirds support 75% on the downstroke and 25% on the upstroke.  This was published in Nature this week,1 and summarized on Science Daily.    The latter article reminds us why hummingbirds attract our interest: “You would be hard-pressed to find someone who isn’t amazed by hummingbirds,” said H. Ross Hawkins, founder and executive director of The Hummingbird Society.  “Perhaps it’s their iridescent coloration and miniature size, or their ability to drop their heart rate from 500 beats per minute during the day to 40 beats per minute at night.” (Emphasis added in all quotes.)Another bird story making the rounds this week was published in Science.2,3  Apparently, chickadees have a sophisticated signalling system in their chirps.  They can alert the flock to a size and type of predator nearby with a kind of chirping language; the number of “dee” syllables at the end of the call is code for the kind of threat.  See EurekAlert, National Geographic News, Science Now and People’s Daily Online.1Warrick, Tobalske and Powers, “Aerodynamics of the hovering hummingbird,” Nature 435, 1094-1097 (23 June 2005) | doi: 10.1038/nature03647.2Templeton et al., “Allometry of Alarm Calls: Black-Capped Chickadees Encode Information About Predator Size,” Science, Vol 308, Issue 5730, 1934-1937, 24 June 2005, [DOI: 10.1126/science.1108841].3Greg Miller, “Bird Alarm Calls Size Up Predators,” Science, Vol 308, Issue 5730, 1853-1855, 24 June 2005, [DOI: 10.1126/science.308.5730.1853a].There are few classes of animals more varied, colorful, intelligent, talented and interesting than birds.  Makes you wonder what they think when they take up people-watching.  Perhaps it’s best we don’t know what that chickadee is telling its friends when we walk by.  When a Darwinist says, like in the Miller article quoting James Hare, “The work … shows us that even very common species that we may take for granted have evolved to have very elaborate and exacting systems of communication,” they might be chirping, check a duh, duh, duh.(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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first_img19 January 2006One of South Africa’s most iconoclastic artists, Norman Catherine, is holding a retrospective of his 35-year career at the Johannesburg Art Gallery.Now and Then will highlight his works of fantastic and surreal semi-humans, all presented in vivid colour.Born in East London in 1949, Catherine had no formal arts training. A sign-writer for a while, he became a protege of artist Walter Battiss.Catherine’s art career began in 1969 when he held his first solo exhibition, consisting of oil paintings on wood, bone, wire and an assortment of found objects.Mixed mediaThis eclectic use of media has since become a Catherine trademark. Now and Then consists of some of the artist’s work with airbrush, oil, fibreglass sculptures, wood, bronzes and mixed media.It is the fibreglass sculptures for which he is best known. Vivid larger-than-life figures that dwarf the viewer, many of them are close to three metres tall.“My inspiration comes from music, movies, my dreams. My own experiences of being trapped, stitched up from accidents, have found their way into my work,” Catherine told the Sunday Times in 2000.“I’m just inventing another world of creatures and the human face.”British rocker David Bowie owns several of Catherine’s works, and wrote the foreword for a book on Catherine, published before an earlier exhibition at Johannesburg’s Goodman Gallery.Norman Catherine’s Middleman(Image: Norman Catherine)Velcro and Teflon“In short,” wrote Ashraf Jamal in the introduction to Catherine’s monograph, “Catherine is an artist who defies neat description in terms of iconography and medium.“He is simultaneously Velcro and Teflon. Influences attach themselves to his work like dust particles. Yet he also shakes them off with equal ease, leaving the viewer with the raw visceral impact of his imagery, striking in a place where a laugh and a gasp are indistinguishable.”Says Catherine, “I try to capture those moments where things aren’t quite what they seem.”Now and Then is on at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, cnr. Klein and King George Streets, Joubert Park, from 29 January to 31 March. Tel: (011) 725 3130SouthAfrica.info reporterlast_img read more