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first_img Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Movies Where A Car Plays A Key Role6 TV Characters Whose Departures Have Made The Shows BetterYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Cellino said Tonali was eager to join Milan despite offers from Barcelona and United. “In January we received an offer of €65 million from Barcelona. Not later than 10 days ago we received an offer of 10 million higher than Milan’s from Manchester United,” he told Top Calcio 24. “But the boy was determined to go to the Rossoneri.” Read Also: JUST-IN: Lionel Messi could stay at Barcelona until 2021Cellino added: “I know that [Antonio] Conte has thought a lot about Tonali, but I was also convinced that he was going to Inter.“But at a certain point the boy didn’t want to hear anything anymore and went to Milan.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Sandro Tonali snubbed clubs like Barcelona and Manchester United because he wanted to join Milan, according to Brescia president Massimo Cellino. Tonali is a three-time Italy international and starred for Brescia in 2019-20, although they were relegated from Serie A. The 20-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Inter, but is now set to join Milan.Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgWESTFIELD, Pa. – Funeral services for long-time IMCA Modified driver Sean Lias are at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26 at the Olney Funeral Home in Ulysses, Pa.Lias, 49, of Westfield, died Saturday, Aug. 22.One of the most successful drivers in IMCA history, Lias was tied for third on the Modified career wins list with 231.He was an eight-time regional champion from 1998-2006, won 11 track championships, two Empire State Series titles and four state crowns, two in New York and two in Pennsylvania.“Sean was an important part of the racing community,” said IMCA President Brett Root. “We send our condolences to his family and will remember him in our prayers.”Friends may call from noon to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Ulysses Cemetery.Memorials may be made to the Spalding Foundation for injured race car drivers at www.spaldingfoundation.org.Survivors include his wife Billiejo; parents Ronald and Patricia; a sister, Lori Murray; two uncles, two aunts and numerous cousins.last_img read more

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first_imgThe duo seemed to draft on the top and gain on the leader every lap. Brandon Czarapata made his way around Zach Spangenberg mid-race and the trio started reeling in Karcz.  FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (July 27) – Greg Gretz held off a hard-charging Josh Long to claim the IMCA Modified feature win Saturday at 141 Speedway.  It was his first win of the season. With two laps remaining, Karcz, Dix and Czarapata went three-wide for the race lead.  Dix and Czarapata split Karcz and make it a drag race over the final 1/3-mile. They stayed even until Dix got hard on the gas off of turn four and found just enough to beat Czarapata to the line.  Long got to the second spot only to see the leader using a perfect line.  Long searched high and low around the 1/3 mile but could never find enough to get past. Last-lap excitement followed with Tom Schneider and the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods get­ting their turn. Larry Karcz Jr. started off up front and looked to have his night all planned out in victory lane.  Unfortunately for Karcz, Rick Dix decided not to settle for third.  Dix ran the bottom in the early stages but decided to go out of line with Todd Augustian and make a charge back to the front after losing spots early.  Schneider stayed with Cory Kemkes until the white flag lap, then put his racer in to position with a power move inside the leader off turn two.  Schneider grabbed the lead and picked up the win on the final circuit. By Greg Aregoni Schneider had been knocking off positions but looked to have been running out of laps while excite­ment continued up front. He got his chance and took advantage. Gretz started up front and his racer was on point for 20 straight laps as he never relinquished the lead, while Long started ninth and quickly worked his way through the field. An instant classic, as they say in the sports world, is what the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature brought to the table.last_img read more

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first_imgThe 7/8 Lady Cardinals hosted the Milan Indians.  Two great games that gave us both a win for the night.The 7th Grade Lady Cards won with a final score of 34-11.  Scoring for SLS were Catherine Streator with 11pts, Claire Saner with 10 pts, Kate Weber bringing 6 pts, Izza Wonnell with 3 pts, and both scoring 2 pts each were Ava Owens and Rhea Miller.  We had a really great defensive game by all.  They are now 8-0 on the season.The 8th Grade Girls had a great game also.  They had a final score of 23-20.  Scoring for SLS were Megan Bauer with 9 pts, Summer Ratcliffe with 6 pts, Kate Weber with 5 pts, Sadie Wachsmann with 2 pts, and Anna Wanstrath bringing us 1 pt.  Haley Geisen brought us one of her best defensive games to date 5 steals on the night and numerous times got tangled on defense for the jump ball.  Our rebounds were being pulled down by Kate Weber and Summer Ratcliffe!  Nice job by all!Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.last_img read more

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first_imgStatewide— With less than six months to go until the 2020 Census, efforts are ramping up in Indiana and other states to ensure an accurate count. A vital part of that is ensuring there are enough boots on the ground. About 500,000 census takers are needed across the country.Carol Rogers, Governor’s Census Liaison and co-director of the Indiana Business Research Center, contends it’s a great opportunity for students, retirees, and workers in the gig economy. “I encourage a lot of people who need a second job or are just interested in how all this works,” she states. “The pay range is anywhere from 14 to 20 dollars an hour.“The hiring goes kind of in cycles, and so I would encourage people to be patient; they will hear back. ” Rogers notes that census-taking positions do require flexible schedules, a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle, as well as Internet access and an email account. Hiring already is underway and will continue through next spring.Rogers notes there’s a lot riding on an accurate count, including congressional representation, state legislative districts, school districts and the allocation of federal dollars for crucial programs. “Our tax dollars flow to Washington, but then there are many programs that Washington funds – Medicaid, housing, transportation, special education grants, things like that are part of that money that flows back to us,” she points out.Stakeholders around the state are working with Indiana’s Census 2020 Complete Count Committee to prepare communities for the count. Rogers says it’s crucial that Hoosiers fill out their survey based on where they reside for the majority of the year. “Folks who may be snowbirds or college students who are living most of their time in West Lafayette, Bloomington, Muncie, South Bend, Gary or Merrillville – if that’s where they live most of the year, that’s where they should be counted,” she stresses.For the first time, the Census will have an online survey option available. Indiana’s population for 2018 was estimated at 6.7 million people, and it’s projected to hit 7 million for 2020.last_img read more

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first_img Reina’s future was a subject for debate all last season, with the 30-year-old being linked with a return to former club Barcelona, and Mignolet’s arrival only increased speculation about an impending exit. But Rodgers is adamant Reina knew of his plans to strengthen the goalkeeping department and the Reds boss dismissed suggestions the £9million Belgium international was a straightforward replacement. “I always felt it was important for us to have competition right the way through the squad, and that includes the goalkeepers,” he said. “I spoke to Pepe about this a few months back and told him we wanted to bring in another goalkeeper as real competition. I was very open with my goalkeepers and they know the situation. “Pepe has been terrific here, Brad Jones was excellent when he stood in last year and I felt we needed another one. Simon comes in and we’ve got great competition and when you’ve got competition it pushes everyone to perform.” Reina appeared to be being lined up as the long-term successor to Victor Valdes at the Nou Camp but his compatriot has insisted he will see out the remainder of his contract with the Catalan club before seeking a new challenge. With no approach made to Liverpool for their Spanish goalkeeper it is expected he will rejoin his team-mates for their summer tour matches in Australia (July 24) and Thailand (July 28). Liverpool’s opponents in Australia are Melbourne Victory and coach Ange Postecoglou, as a childhood Reds fan, is eagerly awaiting their visit. “Growing up in Australia, the old English first division was the one we used to watch on our TV sets,” he told Press Association Sport. “It wasn’t just the fact Liverpool were successful in the 1970s and 1980s. It was the stories behind that. “From the Shankly era, I gained an attachment to the club and an attachment to coaching from there. It will be a massive thrill for me to be able to coach against them.” Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has reiterated his stance that new goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been brought in to provide to competition for Jose Reina and not become his replacement.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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first_imgThe forward march of football in Ghana continues over the next two days as a number of reforms targeted at improving the game goes before Congress of the Ghana Football Association beginning Wednesday.A raft of proposed changes to the regulations of the sport body is on the agenda of Congress for their two-day sitting in Prampram as the GFA continues its review of their working document to enhance the game.And this process will continue at Congress which will be chaired by the President of the GFA, Kwesi Nyantakyi as they reforms to be discussed includes plans to introduce a unified calendar for all the leagues and competitions in the country, use of a single-judge system for the Disciplinary Committee, phased implementation of the club licensing system and a review of the award of points in certain cases when clubs file protests.Nyantakyi, speaking ahead of Congress believes a change to the regulations would leave the game much better than the current one in use for the running of football.“All the necessary changes to our statutes and the regulations of the game is aimed at improving our operations and the running of football in the country,” Nyantakyi said.“We are very committed to making sure that technicalities do not affect the game and keep to a strict working document that will be promote fair play in football at all levels.” Some of the changes that will be tabled before Congress are:*The phased implementation of the club licensing system.*The proposal to use the single-judge system for the Disciplinary Committee.*The reduction of the time for protests in respect of inter-club matches. Clubs must lodge protest no later than 24 hours from the end of the match. Previously it was 72 hours.*The abolition of the review system in the legal processes of the GFA. *The introduction of distinct home and away strips for clubs.*The introduction of a unified calendar for all the leagues and competitions in the country.*Protesting clubs won’t benefit points-wise in certain protests.last_img read more

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first_imgGhana coach James Kwesi Appiah will have the services  Michael Essien and Abdul Majeed Waris at his disposal as both returned  to full scale training on Friday evening.Essien suffered a toe problem while training with the Black Stars after the reverse against the United States while striker Majeed Waris had not been able to get involved in full scale training after suffering a muscle tear in Ghana’s last pre-tournament game against South Korea.Ghana FA has  confirmed the duo are all set for Saturday’s group game against the European giants.“The pains in Essien’s toe has subsided considerably and he has been training quite well. Waris has also been fit and training just three days after the injury so he is ready to play,” he told pressmen.Essien came off the bench to play in Ghana’s opening Group G defeat against the USA while Waris was not involved in the game.Meanwhile the team  made the 1:10-minutes flight from Maceio to Forteleza where the game will be playedlast_img read more

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