The two courts recommended bail bondworth P48,000 and P6,000, respectively for Obando’s temporary liberty./PN The 22-year-old resident Richard ObandoJr. was caught around 12:30 p.m. on March 24, a police report showed. BACOLOD City – Police arrested a man facingrobbery and theft charges in Barangay Poblacion, Bago City, Negros Occidental. The suspect was detained in the lockupcell of the Bago City police station. Obando’s apprehension was staged on thestrength of arrest warrants issued by Judge Frances Guanzon of the RegionalTrial Court Branch 62 in Bago City and Judge Aireen Bonghanoy of the MunicipalTrial Court in Cities in Bago City.
Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Amazing Movies You Need To Watch On Amazon Prime8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThese Hilariously Creative Shower Curtains Will Make Your DayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now Loading… Advertisement The World Health Organisation (WHO) have reportedly called for all football to be suspended until the end of next season – 2021. They are prepared to go extreme lengths to ensure that there is not a second wave of coronavirus. World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus gestures during a daily press briefing on COVID-19 virus at the WHO headquaters on March 2, 2020 in Geneva. According to Italian paper La Repubblica, the WHO put forward the idea during a conference call with Uefa. It is understood that the organisation would prefer all matches to be axed until at least the end of next season, in 18 months’ time. WHO are said to be considering all possible scenarios, but are concerned about causing a second wave of the pandemic. The lengthy suspension could plunge a huge number of clubs into financial instability due to the lack of matchday income. Teams across the world have already called on their players to take a pay cut to help ease their cash woes. Arsenal confirmed on Monday that their squad will hand over 12.5 per cent of their wages to the club. SunSport exclusively revealed that the Gunners could find a backdoor route into the Champions League next season – with some pushing for Euro places to be decided on coefficient rankings. Arsenal have confirmed their club have already agreed a 12.5 per cent pay cut Read Also: Bayern Munich star ready to snub Nigeria for the Netherlands And we revealed that Chelsea stars have unanimously agreed to take a £10million hit for the next four months, while Arsenal could fins a Barcelona will also sell image right for the Nou Camp for one year to raise money to fight the coronavirus outbreak. When football does resume, the games are expected to be played behind closed doors and some Covid-19 restrictions will remain in place. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 read more
Nigeria international and and AlNassr forward Ahmed Musa has rubbished insinuations in some quarters that he tested positive to the coronavirus, describing it as complete fake news that should be ignored. The former CSKA Moskow ace who breezed into the country with his family few days back, said he and the family are in top shape and only observing the mandatory 14 days quarantine as reponsible and law abiding citizens of the country. He enjoined Nigerians to observe to stay safe by maintaining social distance while adding the need to avoid fake news to the list of dos and donts which have been regularly reeled out on television as a way of avoiding the spread of the pandemic. “Pls ignore any false news about me or 𝐌𝐲 𝐟𝐚𝐦𝐢𝐥𝐲 testing positive to Covid 19.We are self-isolating for 14 days as we just got in from Saudi Arabia as the law stipulates. Stay safe! Maintain social distance. AVOID FAKE NEWS!” he submitted via his twitter handle. Super Eagles ace Ahmed Musa and family on return from Saudi Arabia Musa who will be leading the Super Eagles in a two legged Nations cup qualifier against Seirra leone whenever the pandemic takes its hands off the jugular of the globe, will in the meantime make do with in door training like most players since the global lockdown and ban on sporting activities began. Nigeria was originally billed to battle Sierra leone on March 27th at the Stephen Keshi stadium Asaba but the fixtures was put in the cooler like other fixtures in the continent and around the world when effect of the pandemic became too hot for comfort. The red curtain was in fact raised in sports circle when Arsenal manager Mike Arteta tested positive to the virus and the premier league was subsequently suspended. Other leagues immediately followed and even the Olympics was postponed till next year. The Arsenal manager has since recovered and is looking forward to decision on the way forward for the season that was suspended in the middle of the road. Musa whose brace against Iceland at the 2018 world cup in Russia tickled the fancy of many despite Eagles early exit from the tournament joined Saudi Arabian side AlNassr shortly after the world cup and has since scored seven goals for the side in 47 appearances. Read AlsoKing’s Cup: Ogu’s efforts fail to stop Musa’s Al Nassr Recall that he is not the only Eagle in the Saudi league as John Ogu equally joined Al-Adalah in January this year. Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Shows That Overstayed Their WelcomeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own EyesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Top 10 Most Costly Liquids In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone read more
Press Association “We got two good results against Andorra, but probably people would be expecting us to beat them, so we are looking to go and hopefully beat Lithuania on Friday and then go to Italy and test ourselves against nations that we think we can compete with this year.” Striker Dylan Connolly’s goal handed Ireland a 1-0 home victory over the Andorrans in March, and first-half strikes from defender Tommie Hoban and midfielder Josh Cullen completed a six-point haul when they travelled to the Estadi Comunal last month and returned with a 2-0 win. King, who had already lost Hoban and Brian Lenihan through injury for the upcoming fixtures, has had to make two further additions to his squad after Sam Byrne and Reece Grego-Cox joined them on the casualty list, with Kenny McEvoy and Harry Charsley belatedly joining up on Wednesday. Jack Byrne is confident the Republic of Ireland can mix it with the best as they attempt to maintain a 100 per cent start to their European Under-21 Championships qualifying campaign. Noel King’s men opened their account with home and away victories over Andorra, and on Friday they welcome Lithuania, who have lost each of their first three Group 2 fixtures, to the RSC in Waterford before heading for Vicenza to face Italy on Tuesday. Manchester City midfielder Byrne, who is on loan at Dutch club SC Cambuur, told FAI TV: “We want to go and first of all win on Friday and play well secondly, and then go into Italy full of confidence. They are the nations we want to be testing ourselves against. read more
Speaking just three weeks ago after signing his new Spain contract, the former Porto boss said: “I’m grateful for the confidence placed in me and in my staff.“I wasn’t losing any sleep regarding a new contract as we all know that football is uncertain. We are very happy with what we have done so far. We’ve worked very hard the past two years and we will continue to do so.”Lopetegui’s last club job saw him take charge of Porto, being relieved of his duties after just 18 months after falling out of the Champions League group stage and leading the club to just third place in the league at the turn of the year.His only club job before that was a brief stint at Rayo Vallecano in 2003, having spent most of the last decade floating around the Spain setup – currently managing Real stars Isco, Dani Carvajal, Marco Asensio, Nacho, Sergio Ramos and Lucas Vazquez, all of whom are in Spain’s World Cup squad.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram â€‹Real Madrid has confirmed Spain coach Julen Lopetegui as Zinedine Zidane’s successor, the 51-year-old taking over Los Blancos after the World Cup.The veteran manager has signed a three-year deal at the Bernabeu, just weeks after extending his contract with the Spanish national side to the end of the 2020 European Championships.Lopetegui is one of very few players to feature for both â€‹Real Madrid and â€‹Barcelona in his club career, and coached Los Blancos’ B team around a decade ago. read more
In the 117-year semi-sweet history of UW baseball there were many great individuals to go through the program. The list includes players like Lance Painter, Red Wilson, Rick Reichardt and Scott Cepicky. However, one name stands above the rest — though only on one leg: Harvey Kuenn. One of the sad side effects to the UW baseball program being terminated is that all of the celebrated history that should be reverberating through the dugout of a modern-day ballpark instead is being forgotten. The moments are only remembered by those who care to delve through dusty file folders and stale photographs for remnants of its storied history.Thankfully, Kuenn will forever be a link to that history.Kuenn is a legend throughout the state of Wisconsin, but a major part of his Dairy State legacy is forgotten due to the annihilation of the UW Baseball program. It is easily forgotten how Kuenn’s baseball successes first began on the diamond at Breese Stevens field in the 1950s. Nearly everyone remembers his taking the Brewers to their lone World Series, but he never could have reached that point in his career without first exploding onto the scene as a bat-wielding shortstop for UW in 1951. No one could ever really blame Harvey Kuenn for not being a gold glove caliber fielder. The truth is he just loved to hit. He was one of the charter members of the offensive-minded shortstops, paving the way for guys like Cal Ripken Jr., Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter. He had the reputation of being a chameleon at the plate, not having any one particular style. Former New York Yankee manager Casey Stengel called Kuenn “one of the most dangerous hitters in baseball,” saying “the guy can hurt you a million ways.””Just when a pitcher thinks he has Harvey figured out, he’s wrong,” Stengel told the Associated Press in 1956. “He has no big weakness at the plate that I’ve ever noticed.”He was an equal opportunity hitter, not being picky at all at the plate. However, don’t do him the disservice to call him a bad ball hitter, an idea that caused Kuenn to prickle.”The so called bad pitches I go after aren’t really bad ones,” Kuenn told the Milwaukee Journal in 1957. “Maybe a shade high, or a little outside or inside. Sometimes I’ll go after one a little below my knees.”Kuenn was born and raised in West Allis and came to UW after a very brief stay at Luther College, a tiny Lutheran school in Iowa. He immediately filled a void at shortstop for legendary coach Art “Dynie” Mansfield and the Badgers. “In 1951, most college shortstops won their jobs with their gloves,” Mansfield would later say. “I’ve seen a lot of fancier glove men in the Big Ten. But none of them could hit near the way Harvey could.”Kuenn hit .320 his freshman year, outstanding for a shortstop. He also committed 15 errors in 23 games, atrocious for a man at any position. Unhappy with the criticism of his glove hand, he decided that something must be done. So in 1952 he simply put together the greatest individual season in Wisconsin baseball history. Kuenn batted a Big Ten-best .436, while also leading the conference in RBIs (29), runs (25), doubles (8), triples (9) and hits (48). For Wisconsin however, Kuenn’s spectacular season was a double-edged sword as he became the subject of quite the bidding war. Up to 10 teams were offering a king’s ransom to the slugging shortstop to have him leave school a year early. Even Mansfield, who was considered old-school by old-school standards, advised Kuenn that the money was too good to pass up. In the end, he signed with the Detroit Tigers for a $55,000 bonus, a fortune at that time for a kid out of college.Many critics questioned the move initially, but not for long.Kuenn was soon named the American League Rookie of the Year and over a 15-year career he was an eight-time all-star and the 1959 A.L. batting champion. He finished his career a .303 hitter and had over 2,000 career hits.However it was after Kuenn’s playing days were over that his legend truly started to grow. In 1972 he became a hitting coach for the Milwaukee Brewers. During his tenure, he had several health problems, having to undergo open heart surgery in 1976 and kidney surgery in 1977, but it wasn’t until 1980 that the real bomb dropped. After having complications with a blood clot, Kuenn had his right leg amputated just below the knee.”I think that may have put a lesser man down. I really believe that,” Brewers radio broadcaster Bob Uecker later said at Kuenn’s funeral. “It wasn’t two weeks, he had [an artificial leg] on already. And it wasn’t a month later, he was playing golf again, before returning to coaching after only six months. If you don’t get inspired by things like that, you aren’t human.”Two years later, Kuenn was hired as the Brewers manager in mid-season, his second interim-skipper stint with the club. Milwaukee was 23-24 when he took it over in June. By season’s end, they had become “Harvey’s Wallbangers,” finishing with a 95-67 record and eventually leading the Brew Crew to their only World Series appearance. “I got to spend some time with Harvey during that run,” said Painter, who was then only just coming out of high school. “And the stories he would tell. You just couldn’t let go of all this guy has accomplished. I’m honored to be able to say that I was able to at least partially follow his lead.”Kuenn died on February 28, 1988 in Arizona. Uecker offered the eulogy and six former Brewers from the ’82 team were his pallbearers. It was about time that greatness carried him for once, and not the other way around. A Wisconsin native, a Wisconsin graduate and a Wisconsin legend — Kuenn was all of the above. However, his greatness is like a wildflower in full bloom, as everybody sees the final result with Kuenn’s days as a Brewer manager and as A.L. pitchers’ public enemy No. 1, during his playing days. But hidden below the surface of that wildflower lie the roots, equally important, but oft overlooked. That is exactly what Kuenn’s days at Wisconsin were — invaluable to his successes later in life, but all too often unappreciated and unrealized. read more
Published on September 27, 2017 at 1:29 pm Contact Matthew: email@example.com | @MatthewGut21 Should Syracuse left tackle Cody Conway miss Saturday’s game against North Carolina State, right guard Evan Adams will have an amplified role, head coach Dino Babers said Wednesday morning.Last weekend at Louisiana State, Conway, a left tackle, suffered an apparent hand injury. Babers said Adams is SU’s (2-2) third-best offensive lineman and may have to step up against N.C. State’s (3-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) explosive front seven, which owns the country’s 11th-ranked rushing defense.Because of Conway’s minor injury against the Tigers, Jamar McGloster bumped to left tackle and Adams slid to right tackle. Colin Byrne played right guard.Adams played in all 12 games his redshirt freshman season last year, including nine starts at guard. He joined the starting lineup after an injury to right guard Omari Palmer and was second on the team with 29 knockdown blocks on an offense that totaled the second-most total yards in program history.Babers credited Adams’ measurables (6-foot-6, 338 pounds) and footwork. He has not played tackle since last spring, though, which would make some of his assignments against N.C. State’s leading defensive tackle Bradley Chubb a challenge. Babers said he thinks Chubb, who has 8.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble, is better than LSU’s Arden Key, a First Team All-SEC honoree.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“How about this for an answer: IDK,” Babers said when asked how to block Chubb. “The guy is flying all over the field, ripping balls out, making plays on backs. He’s very, very active. I’m not sure we’ve seen someone better this year.”Last year against Connecticut, Adams recorded three knockdown blocks. He tallied four in the season-ending loss at Pittsburgh. The last time SU played the Wolfpack, last November at the Carrier Dome, Adams matched his season high with four knockdown blocks. Still, he will be tested Saturday afternoon in Raleigh.“Our front seven is playing at a high level,” N.C. State head coach Dave Doeren said. “In exploiting Syracuse, the challenge with them is the ball gets out so fast. The coverage has to help the rush, and the rush has to help the coverage. We have to do a great job of getting to the quarterback and forcing some tipped balls.”N.C. State is coming off a 27-21 upset win at then-No.12 Florida State, while Syracuse is coming off a loss at then-No. 25 LSU, 35-26. Kickoff between the Wolfpack and the Orange is slated for 12:20 p.m. from Carter-Finley Stadium. The game will air on ACC Network Extra.Other notes from the Babers and Doeren teleconferences:Doeren on SU junior quarterback Eric Dungey: “He gets out of trouble, extends drives and makes plays on his feet all of the time.”Babers: “We’ve got two heartbeats. We’ve got Zaire Franklin on defense and Eric Dungey on offense.”Doeren said N.C. State is using two scout teams to prepare for SU’s up-tempo offense. “Getting guys ready for how fast it comes at them is a challenge.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ read more
Tipp Senior Football manager Peter Creedon has held off on naming his side to face Clare in Semple Stadium.The neighbouring counties will meet in Round 4 of the National League. The team was due to be announced last night – it will be named later today instead.Saturday’s game at Semple Stadium will also be live here on Tipp FM in association with Dwans Hardware, Cathedral Street, Thurles.
SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By First Published: 20th August, 2020 08:56 IST LIVE TV Last Updated: 20th August, 2020 08:56 IST Jake Butt Says He Was Tempted To Quit During Latest Comeback In three seasons with the Denver Broncos, the star-crossed tight end from Michigan has played in as many games (three) as he’s had major knee surgeries, each of which required a clean-up procedure WATCH US LIVE COMMENT Associated Press Television News Jake Butt is equal parts unfortunate and unflappable.In three seasons with the Denver Broncos, the star-crossed tight end from Michigan has played in as many games (three) as he’s had major knee surgeries, each of which required a clean-up procedure.So, that’s six operations to go with his eight career catches for 85 yards.Yet, in a talented tight end corps that features 2019 first-rounder Noah Fant, rookie Albert Okwuegbunam, free agent Nick Vannett and veterans Troy Fumagalli and Andrew Beck, it’s Butt who’s been turning heads at training camp so far.Just months after contemplating walking away from football, Butt has drawn high praise from his head coach and his quarterback this week with Drew Lock declaring, “There’s nobody in our locker room that doesn’t want to see Jake Butt succeed.”Butt appreciates the sentiment but wants to put his health issues behind him.“Man, it means a lot quite honestly,” Butt said Wednesday after another spectacular practice. “Guys have seen what I’ve been through and if you’ve been through an ACL you know how hard one is. When you go through three, it means a lot to get that recognition from your comrades, your teachers, your coaches. But for me, I’m healthy. It’s part of my story but I’m out there, I’m out there playing ball, I’m not looking back. I don’t have any excuses.”Butt first tore an ACL during spring drills his sophomore season at Michigan and he tore the other one in his final game for the Wolverines, in the Orange Bowl. The Broncos drafted him three months later but he spent his rookie year on IR.In 2018, he played in three games before suffering a third torn ACL, and last year his comeback was interrupted by yet another operation to clean out a torn meniscus. He hoped to return for the final month in 2019 but Lock got the activation nod instead after recovering from a thumb injury.Butt has spent more of his pro career in the training room than he has on the football field.“You’re still part of the team but you also feel miles away,” Butt said. “I would say honestly that’s probably the hardest part about rehab is it can get a little bit lonely and that’s where you start to build yourself up mentally. And throughout all three of my ACLs I think I’ve come out of the rehab more mentally tough than I was going into it.”Yet, Butt acknowledged there were some dark days during his latest comeback that made him seriously contemplate walking away from football.“There were a lot of days I really wanted to quit,” Butt said. “There was a lot of days I was really down on myself, questioning myself, questioning why I’m even doing this kind of thing? And for me it’s my support group, my teammates, my friends and maybe just a little bit of craziness that I’ve had implanted from my parents and my family growing up that you can’t quit and just show up tomorrow.“I’m really happy I stuck with it because I do feel really, really good out there,” Butt added. “I feel like I can still play in this league and I can contribute, I can even get much better than I am right now. So, I think that’s a lesson that I’ve definitely learned through this that everybody can learn is that bad days are going to come, tough days are going to come, but you can’t quit, you’ve just got to keep showing up.”Notes: Four players were absent from practice Wednesday, including Fant, who was sick. Fangio made a point of saying, “not COVID sick, but normal sick, that’s what he’s got.” … Also out were OLB Bradley Chubb (rest), CB Davonte Harris (bruised knee) and Vannett (concussion).Image credits: AP FOLLOW US read more
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisA motion passed at Wednesday’s Alpena Township Board of Trustees meeting that would allow the fire commission to seek bids to audit the Alpena Township Fire Department.The department has multiple revenue streams that’s poured into a general fund, and whatever expenses the fire department have, money gets taken out of that fund. The commission wants to measure the expenses and revenue of the department.However, tensions rose as treasurer Laura Ellery-Somers and clerk Karie Bleau worked to knock down trustees Norm Poli and Nathan Thomson’s recommendation as pointless.“I have offered numerous times to share all of the financial information relative to the fire department,” said Bleau.Supervisor Nathan Skibbe said there’s no harm in the fire commission seeking bids. He said it’ll come at zero cost to the board. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Gone to the Snow Dogs YouTube Channel Helps put Alpena on the MapNext ACC makes credit transfers easier read more