Ighalo appreciates Fernandes’ qualities

first_img Loading… Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Absolutely Unique Facts About Kanye6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made The two players were the only signings Ole Gunnar Solskjaer added to his team in January with Fernandes joining on a five-and-a-half-year deal from Sporting while Ighalo moved to Manchester on a six-month loan from Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua. Prior to their reunion, both players previously played together at Udinese in Serie A and the Nigerian attacker is aware of how influential the 25-year-old could be for the team. On Thursday, Fernandes assisted Ighalo in scoring his fourth Manchester United goal in their 5-0 win over LASK in their Uefa Europa League Round of 16 fixture. “It’s not my first time playing with Bruno. I played with him at Udinese back in 2010,” Ighalo told BBC Sport.Advertisement Odion Ighalo has hailed the qualities of his Manchester United teammate Bruno Fernandes and believes there is more coming from the Portuguese midfielder when he settles down at Old Trafford. “He’s a great player. He has vision. He’s the guy who wants the ball because he can do something fantastic with it if you give him space. He’s a good passer of the ball and he’s what this team needs to score goals. “You’re still going to see more and better from him because he is still getting used to the Premier League. When he’s finally settled Bruno Fernandes is going to do well in this team. “Before I came here I knew Manchester United were looking at him and I was hoping they would get him because he is a good player and I knew he was going to change the dynamic of the team.“He’s not going to have the best game every time but what he is going to bring to the team is going to be unbelievable.” Read Also:Pogba ‘wants new Man Utd deal’ thanks to Bruno Fernandes Ighalo has scored four goals in three starts for Manchester United so far. He will be hoping to make the starting XI when they visit Tottenham Hotspur for Sunday’s Premier League game. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Genesis adds to contingency bounty in four IMCA divisions

first_imgROSWELL, Ga. – Genesis Racing Shocks adds to the post-season IMCA bounty with contingency awards in four divisions.Top eligible drivers in each of the five Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified regions and in national IMCA Late Model, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod standings receive $350 product certificates from the Roswell, Ga., company and eight-year IMCA marketing partner.Certificates good for $250 go to each runner-up and at $150 to each third-place finisher. Certificates will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed the following week from the IMCA home office.Drivers in all four divisions are required to compete with four Genesis-manufactured shocks, display two Genesis decals on their race car and return a signup form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1 to be eligible.Information about Genesis shocks is available at the www.genesisshocks.com website, on Facebook or by calling 678 659-9454.“I’ve already received correspondence from drivers using Genesis shocks and signing up for this program and certainly encourage everyone to make sure they get that form filled out and returned to me,” emphasized IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “As the summer stretches on the ‘to-do’ list gets longer on the race car, and we want to make sure racers are eligible for every bit of assistance possible.”last_img read more

Sr. Gloria Gallagher O.S.F

first_imgSr. Gloria Gallagher, age 94 of the Srs. of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Monday, January 7, 2019 at the convent.  Born November 12, 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, she is the daughter of Elizabeth (Nee: Phillips) and Edward Gallagher.Sr. Gloria attended St. Clare School and Our Lady of Angels High School in Cincinnati where she met the Franciscan Sisters and began to pursue her music career.  She accepted a scholarship to Marian University in Indianapolis, pursuing a degree in chemistry with a minor in music.  By the end of her sophomore year, she reversed her major and music soon became her life.She earned an A.B. in music and chemistry from Marian, a B.M. from the College of Music in Cincinnati and an M.M. from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.  Her career spanned 63 years teaching at Our Lady of Angels Academy and Fenwick High School in Ohio, Oldenburg Academy and Marian University in Indiana as well as serving as the organist and liturgist at the convent for 20 years.In 2000 she celebrated her golden jubilee.  Much to her surprise, over 160 former Oldenburg Academy students secretly met for over year to plan and present a “Mr. Holland’s Opus” type of concert in her honor.  As she entered the auditorium, she froze in amazement as she discovered it was filled with former students, family and friends gathered in her honor.  A two hour concert followed, featuring many of her favorite instrumental and choral selections.  It culminated with Sr. Gloria being invited to conduct the finale, Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus.Earlier in Sr. Gloria’s career she wrote “The Blessing of St. Clare” which continues to be sung by the Sisters when extending their blessing to others in song.  When Congregational Minister Sr. Christa announced Sr. Gloria’s death, she noted, “As Sr. Gloria sang many times the “Blessing of St. Clare”, may God pour forth all graces on her abundantly and in heaven may God place her among the saints.”Visitation is Thursday, January 10th, from 1 -3 p.m. at the convent chapel.  Funeral services follow at 3 p.m. with Rev. Bob Weakley O.F.M., officiating and burial will follow in the convent cemetery.  Memorials may be made to the Srs. of St. Francis, P.O. Box 100, Oldenburg, Indiana, 47036 (www.OldenburgFranciscans.org). Weigel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (www.weigelfh.com for online condolences).last_img read more

Benteke won’t be forced to stay at Villa

first_img The 22-year-old Belgium international scored 19 Premier League goals this season and has been linked to with a move away from Villa Park, with Arsenal among the clubs mentioned as a possible destination. Quoted by The Sun, Benteke said: “If Aston Villa say I must stay, I won’t necessarily accept that. I do not in any way want to feel I didn’t get the most out of my career. I try to get everything.” He added: “Of course playing the World Cup in Rio is in my head. But I have no fear of falling out of the team. There is no point in me getting into a tug-of-war with Villa. “If the chance comes up for me to join a club like Arsenal, I’m convinced we can reach a compromise where everyone comes out a winner.” Press Associationcenter_img Striker Christian Benteke has told Aston Villa he “won’t necessarily accept” it if they tell him he cannot leave the club.last_img read more

Lucas impressed by new Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

first_img Press Association Klopp was appointed last Thursday as successor to the sacked Brendan Rodgers and the German oversaw his first training session in the job at Melwood on Monday. The group that took part – small in number due to players being away on international duty – included Lucas. “He was so successful at his last club, Borussia Dortmund,” Lucas said. “Of course, when a manager like him comes it always gives you a lot of hope. “If we have the same success that Dortmund had when he was there, everyone will be happy. That’s why we’re really positive about it. “If you look at our position in the table, it’s not great. But we are not many points behind the top four and even the top. We still have the cups and the Europa League. “It’s still early days in the season and we have a lot to play for. Hopefully, we’ll start very well under him and at the end of the season it’ll be a successful season for us. “He said to us that he’s here because he believes in the team and the club, of course. “We just have to make sure that we get all the information and try to adapt as soon as possible because as soon as we start to put together everything that he says, we have a better chance to succeed.” Wednesday’s training session at Melwood, with the players back from the international break, is the first being overseen by both Klopp and assistant boss Zeljko Buvac. Bosnian Buvac, Klopp’s number two at both Dortmund and Mainz before that, is able to start work for Liverpool now that work permit issues have been resolved. Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva feels new manager Jurgen Klopp has already made a “very positive” impact at the club. And the Brazilian says he has been impressed by a “very passionate” approach from Klopp that has seen the former Borussia Dortmund boss calling upon his new charges to increase their intensity and aggression. Lucas told Liverpoolfc.com on Wednesday: “So far, so good. Monday was our first day on the grass with the new manager in charge. It has been very positive. “There is a lot of information and as players we need to listen a lot now, and learn and try to put everything he asks us to do onto the pitch and off the pitch as well. It has been very good, very positive and hopefully it will keep going like that. “He seems to be very passionate – he likes to put in everything that he has and he asks the players for the same. Be very intense, be aggressive with yourself, is what he has been saying. “Always try to be better, always give 10 metres more, because that will be the key to success. That is what he has been saying to us in the last couple of days. “He seems to be a very open manager and someone that likes to be close to the players, but very straight as well. That’s what I’ve learned from the last couple of days and I think it was a positive way to start.” Klopp built up a fine CV at Dortmund, winning two Bundesliga titles and reaching the Champions League final. Lucas has no doubt the 48-year-old is an inspirational figure and is feeling optimistic about what Liverpool – currently 10th in the Barclays Premier League, six points off the top, ahead of Saturday’s trip to Tottenham – can achieve under him. last_img read more

Rabada slammed by Holding, Pietersen after celebration ban

first_imgPORT Elizabeth, South Africa (AFP) – Kagiso Rabada was criticised by former West Indies fast-bowling great Michael Holding and ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen on Friday after incurring a ban which will put him out of the fourth and final Test against England in Johannesburg this week.Both former internationals said Rabada had let his team down by being a repeat disciplinary offender.The South Africa fast bowler pleaded guilty to a level one breach of the International Cricket Council’s code of conduct because of the way he celebrated the dismissal of England captain Joe Root during the first day of the third Test at St George’s Park on Thursday.He was fined 15 percent of his match fee and handed one demerit point. As it was his fourth demerit point in a 24-month period he incurred an automatic one-match ban.“He has to learn,” said Holding, who was commentating for SuperSport television.“You can’t keep making the same mistakes. He has to remember he is damaging his team. South Africa without Rabada at the Wanderers – that’s a big blow.”After bowling Root, Rabada charged down the pitch before celebrating with fists clenched almost with touching distance of the England captain.Rabada pleaded guilty to “using language, actions or gestures which disparage or could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batter upon his or her dismissal”.Fellow commentator Pietersen said the way Rabada got close to batsmen after dismissing them was unacceptable.“He shouldn’t be celebrating in a batsman’s personal space,” he said, adding Rabada had behaved in a similar way after dismissing Zak Crawley during the second Test in Cape Town.“I feel sorry for (South African captain) Faf du Plessis and (coach) Mark Boucher,” said Pietersen. “South Africa are going to miss their strike bowler at the Wanderers.”One of Rabada’s previous offences occurred at St George’s Park two years ago when he made shoulder contact with then-Australian captain Steve Smith.He was initially banned for two matches after being docked three demerit points but this was reduced to one on appeal, enabling him to complete the series but putting him on the threshold of a ban.last_img read more

Russia 2018: Medical Consultant Slumps, Dies of Heart Attack

first_imgAccording to an eyewitness, the late consultant was rushed to the hospital after he slumped, but died in the early hours of Wednesday.According to the eyewitness, “He was watching the match at his compound. Unfortunately, when the last goal was scored against Nigeria, he unconsciously shouted and slumped.“He was rushed to the hospital for quick medical attention but he later gave up the ghost. He died of heart attack because he was suffering from cardiovascular disease.”However, Ebirim’s death could have paralysed medical services at the Surgery Unit of the hospital, as surgery slated for Wednesday were postponed.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Benjamin Nworie in AbakalikiA consultant in Family Medicine at the Federal Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki (FETHA) in Ebonyi State, Dr. Chidi Ebirim, reportedly slumped and died Tuesday while watching the ongoing World Cup match between Nigeria and Argentina which the Super Eagles lost 1-2.Ebirim was said to have collapsed when Argentina scored the second goal against Nigeria.last_img read more

Haitian Economy and Finance Minister Jude Alix Patrick Solomon distances himself…

first_imgEconomy and Finance Minister Jude Alix Patrick Solomon distances himself from fake news web site. Minister says a fake website is responsible for false information against himFake websiteEconomy and Finance Minister Jude Alix Patrick Solomon on Monday distanced his ministry from a fake website on social media which he said is being used “to spread false information and make allusions that have nothing to do with the Minister”.In a statement, Solomon said the Minister of the Economy and Finance (MEF) is aware of two fake Facebook accounts in his name and created by unidentified individuals.“In these accounts, counterfeiters spread false information and make allusions that have nothing to do with the Minister,” the statement said, adding that the minister “does not have any account on Facebook and disclaims any liability for information or actions emanating from these accounts.“The MEF reminds the authors of these false accounts that their act constitutes an identity theft, therefore a crime under public law punishable by both the laws of the Republic of Haiti and the international conventions on the rights to identification.”The statement noted that as a result, the authorities have set in motion efforts “to prosecute these persons and bring them to justice”.last_img read more

BoyleSports shows support for Responsible Gambling Week

first_imgShare Share BoyleSports closes Irish retail estate in response to COVID-19 March 17, 2020 Related Articles BoyleSports signs Coventry City sponsorship August 21, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Countdown to Cheltenham: Wednesday racecard ‘not a worry at the moment’ says BoyleSports March 6, 2020 Irish independent bookmaker BoyleSports has shown its support for this year’s Responsible Gambling Week, a cross-industry campaign which will focus on triggering a national conversation about what it means to gamble responsibly.The campaign, which is set to run from 7-13 November, brings together both British and Irish bookmakers to raise awareness of responsible gambling initiatives. #RGWeek19 is set to see over 120,000 staff at thousands of gambling venues and online sites take part.The Irish bookmaker has committed to supporting the initiative and will be backing Responsible Gambling Week by running campaigns across both retail and online platforms.BoyleSports has also confirmed that it will be distributing leaflets in support of the campaign offering customers tips on safer gambling tools that are available. The operator, along with every other campaign supporter, will be detailing the five key responsible gambling behaviours:Only spend what you can afford.Set your limits for time and money.Gambling is not the answer to any problem.Gambling when angry or upset is not a good idea.Gambling shouldn’t interfere with your personal relationships.This will be supported by a number of responsible gambling messages on in-store screens and displaying posters in the windows of all shops in Ireland and the UK.Earlier this week, English Football League (EFL) Championship club Middlesbrough signed up to support the industry-wide campaign.This supporting role will see the EFL dedicate advertising space in match-day programmes, on big screens and across social channels throughout the week, with league sponsor SkyBet also supporting the campaign.last_img read more

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