Ahmedabad, Apr 9 (PTI) Having reached out to over 1.7 million kids already from all over the country, Mission XI Million is closer to its goal of introducing the game of football to 11 million children before FIFA U-17 World Cup kicks off on October 6. A marquee Mission XI Million Football Festival was held at The Arena by TransStadia here in the presence of All India Football Federation President Praful Patel, former Indian football captain Bhaichung Bhutia, Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan and TransStadia Founder & MD, Udit Sheth. Around 6000 children were seen at the festival engaging in a variety of fun activities including exhibition games. The lucky kids were felicitated and had the opportunity to show off their skills they have gained through the programme in front of Hrithik and Bhutia. Speaking at the festival, Patel, also chairman of the LOC for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, said, “Mission XI Million has managed to take the game out to the masses of the country. While it?s very heartening to see them embrace the game, it also bestows additional responsibility upon us to develop the game further. “This event is a watershed moment in the history of football in this wonderful state of Gujarat, and we hope over the next few months these kids who were felicitated today will sustain the interest and take it forward.” On behalf of The Arena by TransStadia, Founder and Managing Director of the facility Udit Sheth said, “We are extremely proud to have hosted the marquee MXIM Football Festival here. As one of the most technologically advanced football stadiums in the country, we hope that visiting players and fans alike will aspire to for similar set-ups across India. “We want to thank FIFA, AIFF, and the Government of India for the opportunity and strive to become Indias backbone for sport,” he said on Saturday. A legacy project of the first FIFA tournament that will be held in six cities of the country, the marquee MXIM festival in The Arena, TransStadia, proved to be another milestone in the journey of the project. PTI PDS PDSadvertisement
What are common challenges orgs face when trying to access the data they need and how can they overcome these challenges?HY: The most common challenge is that organizations don’t have a database that they know and love. For some, it’s hard to get data out of their system. For others, they don’t trust the data they do access.Here are four tips to help you start gathering this data:Take a look at this year’s survey questions. Print them out and identify what data you can easily find (like last year’s total income) and what might take a little more time to figure out (like retention rate). I’m a big fan of Heather Yandow from Third Space Studio. Heather produces a labor of love for small and mighty nonprofits: The Individual Donor Benchmark Report (IDBR). The IDBR highlights fundraising data trends for nonprofit organizations with annual budgets under $2 million. If you’d like to share your organization’s data for the next IDBR, please visit Heather’s website for more info.Keep reading this post to discover why the IDBR’s data is so valuable and to collect a few nuggets of wisdom from Heather about donor data.What is the IDBR and why should organizations care about the findings?Heather Yandow (HY): The Individual Donor Benchmark Report digs into the fundraising data of small and mighty nonprofits, those with annual budgets under $2 million.It’s a best practice that nonprofits need to set goals, track outcomes, and learn from past performance. But collecting and analyzing data in a vacuum only gives part of the picture. Organizations also need to the ability to measure the impact of their fundraising and compare it other organizations like theirs, as well as to the larger sector. That’s why we created the Individual Donor Benchmark Project.There is no other benchmarking resource for smaller organizations with individual donor fundraising programs. Simply put, the IDBR is a resource for nonprofits to see how they stack up. It helps answer questions like:Where is our fundraising doing well?What parts of our fundraising program might need a little more attention?What experiments could we try to improve our fundraising program? If you run into problems, know that you can skip a question or two on the survey. I know that sometimes a number just isn’t easily available, so you can just leave that question blank.From Network for Good: Don’t have a user-friendly donor database that can help you store, access, and analyze your donor data? Network for Good’s new donor management system is everything you need and nothing you don’t. Check it out now! Last year’s big finding was about how much more money organizations raised when they had a fundraising plan. Are you looking into that again this year or are you trying to determine new/different factors that contribute to fundraising success/misses?HY: Both! We are definitely digging in to our finding that a fundraising plan is the secret to individual donor success. To start, we want to get a better understanding of what a typical fundraising plan looks like. Does it include an annual development calendar? An analysis of the previous year? We’re hoping that getting more specific information will help identify the critical parts of the fundraising plan.At the same time, we will also be looking into other factors that may contribute to fundraising success, like Board participation in fundraising or the number of meetings organizations hold with donors and potential donors.If organizations want to participate in your research, what’s in it for them and how can they sign up?It’s easy to be part of the survey! Just visit http://www.thirdspacestudio.com/idbproject/ to learn more and start the survey.As a thank you for being part of the survey, you will receive:a results reports as well as the complete survey results to share with your colleagues and Boardan invitation to a special webinar just for survey participants to dig into the resultsa copy of official Individual Donor Benchmark Report and Infographica chance to win one of 50 coveted consultations with Ravela Insights, experts in donor data analytics, database strategy, and prospect identificationa chance to win one of five Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training prize packs with a subscription to the Grassroots Fundraising Journal as well as a book from the Kim Klein Fundraising Series Consider all the many ways that you might get the data you need. Your database may produce a perfect report – but it might not! You may need to take a closer look at your data by putting it into Excel. Or, you might need to look at the report from your online payment processor to find information about online gifts and monthly donations. What data do you need to have in order to participate in the research?HY: We’ve tried to streamline the data organizations need to participate to only the most critical metrics. To participate, you’ll need to report numbers like:Organizational revenue and expensesTotal amount of individual donor revenue and number of donorsAmount raised online and number of online donorsYou can preview of the full set of questions on this site .We’ve also decided that none of the questions are required. So, if you are unable to answer a question or two (or five), that’s okay! Set aside one hour to dig into your data. You’d be surprised how much you can accomplish with one focused hour! And you might just get on a roll and keep going. Now, for something fun. On a scale from 1-10, how much do you love data?HY: I’m probably an eight. I do love data and spend a good bit of my time collecting data, training about data, and helping organization harness the power of data. But to be a ten, I think I’d have to be this guy. I’m not there yet!
San Francisco: Facebook-acquired Virtual Reality (VR) firm Oculus may not be profitable as the social networking giant is struggling to bring VR to the mainstream consumer market, says Jack McCauley, one of the co-founders of Oculus. According to a report in CNBC late Sunday, with Facebook positioning its VR-based Oculus devices primarily as gaming machines, McCauley does not believe there is much of a market for the device. “There are a lot of fundamental issues that remain unsolved with VR gaming,” said the Oculus Co-founder who stayed through Facebook’s $2 billion acquisition of the company in March 2014. Also Read – Spotify rolls out Siri support, new Apple TV app McCauley mentioned how people still get nauseated when they put on a VR headset and how they still prefer to play video games alongside their friends on a 2D display. Facebook announced VR headset called “Oculus Go” at a starting price of $199 in October 2017. The $199 Oculus Go has sold a little more than 2 million units, according to market research firm SuperData. The “Oculus Quest”, which was made available in May this year, has sold nearly 1.1 million units while the Oculus Rift has sold 547,000 units, said the report. Facebook recently unveiled “Oculus Rift S”, a new version of its PC headset Oculus Rift, for $399.
Rabat – Morocco has decided to appeal the decision of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to suspend the national football team from participating in the 2017 and 2019 African Cup of Nations in the court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland.CAF’s Executive Committee decided last week to expel Morocco from participating in continental tournaments for the next four years. Morocco was also fined $1 million and will have to pay an additional $9 million in compensation following its decision to postpone the 2015 Afcon over fears of the Ebola virus.According to governmental sources quoted by several local media outlets, the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) will file the appeal to the sport’s highest court after consultation with a law firm. Head of Government Abdelilah Benkirane said on Thursday in Rabat that Morocco will not accept the “unfair” sanctions placed upon it by the governing body of African football and “will spare no effort to defend its rights.”“Morocco will not succumb to injustice,” Benkirane was reported as saying by the Government Spokesperson, Mustapha El Khalfi, who spoke to the press following the weekly cabinet meeting.The Moroccan Royal Football Federation said in a statement that it was “totally stunned” by the decisions taken by CAF’s Executive Committee.“The FRMF is “committed to taking all the necessary steps and measures to uphold the rights and interests of Moroccan football,” the statement added.
Taroudante – On Monday, thousands of people participated in a rally against the anti-Islam group LEGIDA in the East German city of Leipzig, forming a “chain of lights” that measured kilometers in length.The protesters faced a rally organized by LEGIDA, a local chapter of the xenophobic group PEGIDA, the “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident”.In the wake of the tensions caused by mass sexual assaults and robberies that took place in Germany on New Year’s Eve, the anti-Islam group rallied in the eastern German city of Leipzig, venting its anger at Chancellor Angela Merkel.Anti-Islam protesters held signs that read “Rapefugees not welcome – Stay away!” and “Integrate barbarity?” while chanting, “We are the people”, “Resistance!”, and “Deport them!” The right-wing group accused Merkel of destroying their homeland by allowing in 1.1 million asylum seekers last year.A broad coalition of trade unions, commerce, culture, and associations as well as some German parties called for the rally against the xenophobic local movement LEGIDA.Meanwhile, a pro-tolerance group held signs that read “refugees welcome” and “kein mensch ist illegal!” (“No person is illegal”).The Chinese Xinhua News Agency reported that “about 2900 people took part in the rally,” holding candles and forming a line that extended kilometers in length.The police were on site to avoid any clash between the two opposing groups. Videos on social media showed numerous arrests being made.One video posted by a protestor showed a video of a neo-nazi heavily vandalizing a Kebab shop, saying that the scene looked “like a drone has struck.” “Police said some 250 far-right hooligans had thrown rocks and smashed shop windows in a traditionally left-wing student district of the city, before police dispersed them,” according to a local.
JUNEAU, Alaska — The Latest on proposed amendments to Alaska’s constitution (all times local):12:50 p.m.Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy is proposing changes to the state constitution that he says would help create a durable state fiscal plan.One of the proposed amendments is aimed at ensuring the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend is not changed without a vote of the people. The dividend is the annual check residents receive from the state’s oil-wealth fund.Another proposed amendment seeks to set what Dunleavy called a “spending and savings rule,” with limits on spending and leftover revenue targeted toward savings.The third would call for a vote of the people to create or increase taxes. Dunleavy says the tax proposal applies to any tax.Each proposed constitutional amendment would need two-thirds support of each the House and Senate to qualify for the ballot.___8:55 a.m.Gov. Mike Dunleavy is proposing constitutional amendments dealing with taxes, spending and the annual check residents receive from Alaska’s oil-wealth fund.Details on the proposals are expected to be released later Wednesday.Dunleavy says one of the proposed amendments would ensure the Permanent Fund dividend is not changed without a vote of the people. One would create a “spending and savings rule” and one would call for a public vote to create or increase taxes.Alaska doesn’t have a state sales or personal income tax but has an array of other taxes addressing such things as corporate income, oil and gas production, motor fuels and marijuana.Each proposal would need two-thirds support of each the House and Senate to qualify for the ballot.The Associated Press
“It’s tragic that these ration cuts have come at a time when people are normally celebrating the festive season, but if we’re not given food or cash by donors, then we’re simply unable to meet their food needs,” Mike Sackett, WFP Regional Director for Southern Africa, said in a news release in Johannesburg, South Africa.The agency warned that prospects for the first quarter of 2004 look even worse. “We urgently need new cash contributions to avoid a further reduction in rations which would have devastating consequences,” Mr. Sackett said.In July, the agency appealed for $311 million to feed 6.5 million people in southern Africa through next June, but to date donors have come forward with less than half, leaving a $161.3 million shortfall. Two thirds of the overall amount is needed for Zimbabwe, where more than 4 million people will need WFP assistance by early next year. The country’s lean season starts in January when granaries tend to be empty and people enduring food shortages are most reliant on outside aid. “Without sufficient food, people won’t have enough energy to cultivate crops for the year’s first harvest, which is vital for stabilizing a household’s food needs,” Mr. Sackett said.Few people still have income or savings to buy staple foods, which have jumped in price by nearly 50 per cent in the last few weeks. Compounding this, water and sewerage systems are nearing collapse, heightening the likelihood of cholera, dysentery and diarrhoea outbreaks, which could significantly affect a weakened population’s ability to assimilate what little food they have. It is thought that well over half of Zimbabwe’s urban population live below the poverty line.Compounding the shortages is the spread of HIV/AIDS. Zimbabwe has an adult prevalence rate of 33 per cent, while some 23 per cent of the country’s farm labourers are estimated to have either already died or are too sick to work. As a result, yields have declined by 59 per cent and produce reaching the market has dropped by 66 per cent.
In a press statement, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that the total number of reported cases had reached 18,508, including 271 deaths, since the beginning of 2012, with the highest cluster of infections occurring in the western area of the country where the capital, Freetown, is located. WHO and its partners are working in close coordination with the Government to step up their response to the outbreak and support field-level activities such as case management; communication and social mobilization; water, sanitation and hygiene promotion; and surveillance and data management. It also noted that particular emphasis was being placed on the early detection of cases and the timely provision of treatment at district level to reduce deaths. Cholera is an acute intestinal infection caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with the bacterium known as vibrio cholerae. The disease has a short incubation period and produces a toxin that causes continuous watery diarrhoea, a condition that can quickly lead to severe dehydration and death if treatment is not administered promptly. Vomiting also occurs in most patients.In its statement, WHO added that it did not recommend that any travel or trade restrictions be applied to the Sierra Leone due to the outbreak.
????????????????????????????????????????? LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – A coal company that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is preparing to sell its mines.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Judge Gregory Schaaf of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky said during a hearing Tuesday that he would approve a sale order filed by Cambrian Coal LLC.- Advertisement – An affidavit from a financial adviser to Cambrian says the coal producer plans to sell assets to three companies. The companies are expected to buy mines in Kentucky and Virginia. The mines employ nearly 700 workers.The adviser says Cambrian’s ability to continue operations beyond this week is “highly uncertain.” The affidavit says Cambrian wouldn’t have been able to pay employees if it had not received a recent $2 million deposit from one of the three buyers.
Traffic accidents were reported across Merseyside and Greater Manchester during the morning, and some schools in the worst hit areas were forced to close for the day.Many complained that they thought spring would never come after the wintry weather returned, and some said the snow was “even worse than last week.” Credit:Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty The Beast from the East has left behind a legacy of potholes on UK roads, the RAC has warned.Figures relating to pothole breakdowns have doubled following last week’s widespread snow and ice, according to the RAC.Water froze in road cracks when the Beast from the East struck causing surfaces to crumble causing fresh potholes to appear.RAC spokesman Simon Williams said: “While the snow caused serious short-term travel disruption, motorists will sadly be suffering its consequences for months and possibly years to come.”Our roads were already in a poor state of repair before the extreme cold weather hit.”Siberian weather was the last thing they needed as the freezing conditions wreak havoc with any road surface in bad repair. But roads have continued to be battered once again this week as the the Pest from the West wreaked havoc on Britain’s roads on Thursday morning.Yesterday heavy snowfall caused significant disruptions in West Yorkshire after the Met Office warned the worst-hit areas could see four inches of snow. There were several reports of snow-related bus accidents both in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, where a bus skidded on ice and hit a wall and a bus crash on Churwell Hill in South Leeds.Police in the area, which was particularly badly hit, warned motorists not to travel unless it was absolutely necessary after dealing with a spate of road accidents. Credit:Leon Neal/Getty “We fear this spring may see the emergence of almost as many potholes as daffodils.”The RAC received an average of 218 call outs for pothole related issues, including damaged shock absorbers, broken suspension springs and distorted wheels, between Sunday and Tuesday. This is compared with 104 from February 1 to March 3.According to the Local Government Association councils are currently fixing a pothole every 19 seconds despite funding pressures.AA president Edmund King added that the figures represented the “tragic toll” English weather had taken on UK roads.. UK government ministers have announced a review into how water firms handled last week’s bad weather. Jason Stanley, a bus driver from Leeds took to Facebook to apologise for not being able to carry out his bus route: “Sorry to the good patient folks of Leeds I’ve tried my best but got stuck after 2 hours of trying, and thanks to the gent that brought myself and the other driver a hot coffee.”A yellow ice warning was in place for parts of the UK, Northern Ireland and a swathe of Scotland until 9am, with forecasters advising slippery patches are likely to form on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.The south of the UK enjoyed spells with occasional rain, however, as households in London and parts of the South West finally have access to running water after days without due to pipe damage after the cold snap.Water companies said they have restored supplies to most customers after days of weather-related problems, which left thousands of homes in southern England without their supply. A Department for Transport spokesperson said: “We know road surfaces are a concern for all road users and that is why we are providing local highway authorities in England, with just under £6 billion to help improve the condition of our local highway networks.”We are also giving local authorities a record £296 million through the pothole action fund – that’s enough to fix just under 6 million potholes. This includes an additional £46 million as announced in December last year, to help councils repair potholes that may have formed over this winter season.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
← Previous Story EHF CL (W): Krim, FTC and Larvik continue winning Next Story → Nerea Pena with knee injury again, out until end of season Many rumours and guesses had been raised lately in connection with the future of one of the best woman handball players Katarina Bulatovic. Olympic silver medallist and EHF EUROgold medallist Bulatovic signed for Oltchim Rm Valcea in 2012 and participates in EHF Champions League with this club. Alongside the emergence of news about the difficult financial situation of Valcea rumours was spread about the team’s key player Bulatovic too. This situation is very uncomfortable for Bulatovic and she feels that it has a negative influence on her performance. That is why Bulatovic consulted her managers before the game against KRIM and they made a decision.– Since Katarina feels that rumours and harassing insults have negative effect on her performance she decided she didn’t want to deal with these matters and we didn’t want tonegotiate for a while. She wants to wait for the end of the Champions League season and after that she will decide about her career, so we follow the same practice like in last season. From now on Katarina wants to concentrate exclusively on handball and she doesn’t want to talk to anybody in connection with this topic until the official press releasewhich will be published probably at the end of the CL season.” claims Mátyás Farkas from SportConcept sport management agency.PHOTO: DRAGAN ZABUNOVIĆ, BALKAN-HANDBALL.COM Katarina Bulatovic
A corridor in the building. Image: John Ryan via 14 Henrietta Street ‘The walls talk’ – Dublin city is getting a new tenement museum this summer 14 Henrietta Street will showcase the long and pockmarked history of Dublin’s tenements. By Cormac Fitzgerald 21 Comments Saturday 18 Feb 2017, 9:00 PM 25,367 Views https://jrnl.ie/3240535 A corridor in the building. Short URL It would be no easy task.The last families left the No 14 Henrietta Street in 1979, by then the building had fallen into disrepair.“Effectively the tenement history ended at that point,” says Duggan. 14 Henrietta Street in 1977 Source: 14 Henrietta Street via FacebookRestorationNo 14 Henrietta Street is due to officially open this summer as a museum charting tenement life in Dublin.The old four-storey Georgian building has a long and interesting history, and conservationists hope it will be the ideal location for an interactive museum experience charting Dublin’s past.“The museum seeks to deepen the understanding of the history of urban life and housing in Ireland and more specifically in Dublin through people and memory,” says Duggan, who has been one of the key people behind the project.Historical exhibitions, re-creations of individual flats, recorded testimonies and collected belongings of people who have lived in the building will all be used to paint of picture of tenement life in the building. Over 200 new balusters had to be made for the back stairs during the restoration. Source: 14 Henrietta Street via Facebook“Our collection is the building and the memories that are contained in it,” says Duggan.The museum will also use No 14 as a jumping-off point to explore the social history of Dublin more broadly in the period covered.Much of the original building still remains along with fittings and fixtures that have been added throughout the centuries. Things like the floorboards and the wallpaper tell the story of the building in different time periods. Layers of paint on the walls built up over generations. Source: 14 Henrietta Street via FacebookCharles points to one example of how lifting the original 18th century floorboards uncovered a wealth of historical objects.“We lifted all of the original floorboards from the house as we had to do a huge amount of structural work to the floors themselves to make them safe for museum use.And we found a huge number of objects that peopel had just discarded over time and that just fell between cracks of the floor.A betting slip from the 40s, a Christmas raffle ticket from 1927, somebody’s old Maths homework, lots Guinness bottles and shoe polish are just some of the objects found which tell the story of the building.It’s just incredible the amount of material we have just found accidentally under the floorboards.Restoration The road to opening the museum has been a long and difficult one, with the building requiring years of painstaking work to bring it up to where it is not.Following the last families moving out in the late-1970s, the building went into the disrepair. The rear of 13-15 Henrietta Street from Henrietta House grounds taken in 1979 Source: 14 Henrietta Street via FacebookDue to the historical importance of the building and the street, Dublin City Council were prompted to put a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) on the building and acquired ownership of it in 2001.From there, a conservation report was published for the entire Henrietta Street area due to its important historical and cultural heritage. Henrietta Street is known as one of the first Georgian Street in Dublin and possess a heritage and importance because of this.Emergency works undertaken by Charles and his team involved completely dismantling the basement and rebuilding it, repairing the roof structure, cutting a repairing rot in the walls and more. Works being carried out on the roof. Source: 14 Henrietta Street via FacebookThe design of the museum was undertaken by Shaffrey Associates and it is curated by Dr Ellen Rowley.Charles says that the goal of this work has always been The purpose of this work has always been “to do as much as necessary and as little as possible” with the building.The work has been documented via photographs and video and the work can be followed on the 14 Henrietta Street Facebook page.“It’s a privilege to work on and when the museum opens that’s really just the beginning of our story,” says Charles.“The hope is that people who do have connections to tenement life in Dublin will come forward and help inform us in how we develop further exhibitions down the line.The walls talk, is term we’re using about the building, but they only talk so much.Read: “The street was my playground”: A journey back to the tenement daysRead: How a Norwegian street musician crashed her van in The Liberties, bought a horse, and was embraced by the community Share1719 Tweet Email7 SEVENTEEN FAMILIES ONCE lived at Number 14, Henrietta Street in Dublin’s north inner city.The old Georgian building was first converted into a tenement in the late-1800s. The large spacious rooms were partitioned into smaller ‘compact 3-roomed flats’.These ‘flats’ commanded hefty rents at the time, and entire large families would all live in each one. In one case 13 family members lived in one flat in the building.The 1901 and 1911 census records show 100 people living in the building.There were two toilets between these 100 people to use. The building had no internal plumbing and there was just one water supply for tenants in the basement.“Imagine living on the top floor and having to bring a basin of water up to wash clothes or do anything,” says Charles Duggan, heritage officer with Dublin City Council. Image: John Ryan via 14 Henrietta Street Feb 18th 2017, 9:00 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
The AC Milan defender expects a great match against Napoli on Saturday, in what will be the first match of the season for the teamAC Milan was supposed to play Genoa in the first round of the 2018-2019 Serie A season.But after the bridge tragedy in Genoa, the game was postponed to another date.That’s why this Saturday’s match against Napoli will be the first for the Italian team in the season.And Milan defender Mateo Musacchio is ready to play.“Everything is being worked on, we’ve done a lot of physical work, and in the last week we’ve done more exercises with the ball, but physically we’ve worked very well,” he said to Milan TV as reported by Calcio Mercato.Karsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“Castillejo? He just arrived but he’s started very well with the group. He is a great friend of mine, as we played together in Spain. He will play well here for sure.”“Leonardo and Maldini? Having them next to you in training is very nice, we have enormous respect for them. They have done very important things,” he added.About the first fixtures his team will have, he says:“We knew that many teams have prepared very well, as they are big teams. Napoli and Juventus are very strong, now we are waiting to start because we have so much desire.”“It’s always difficult playing in that stadium, against a great opponent who doesn’t make life easy for anyone. However, we are only thinking about doing our job well. If we stay focused, we can surely fight for three points,” he added talking about Napoli.
Usain Bolt expects Central Coast Mariners’ friendly on Friday will determine his future at the clubThe eight-time Olympic gold medallist is hoping to earn his first professional contract as a footballer on trial with A-League side Mariners.Bolt could start for Mariners against Macarthur South West and he expects that his performance will likely decide his fate in Australia with the league campaign starting on October 19.“This is going to be a big game. I think it will determine if the club makes up its mind on what to do with my career so for me it’s a very important game,” Bolt told Mariners Media.“I’m excited and I’m looking forward to proving myself. I’m just going to go out there, push myself and hopefully everything will work out, so that’s my focus.”Perth Glory boss warns squad to not get starstruck by United Andrew Smyth – July 12, 2019 Perth Glory manager Tony Popovic warned his players against getting starstruck ahead of Saturday’s friendly with Manchester United.On his progress, Bolt said: “I think my movements and my touch [have improved]. I think my touch is much better now,” he said.“I’ve learned how to set my body, where to place the ball, get a ball near my feet. There’s a lot of things that I’ve learnt that I will be applying in the game.“It should be much better and I have more time because I’m fitter now so I have more time on the field so that’s good.”However, Mariners boss Mike Mulvey had previously suggested that Bolt may have until the New Year to convince them of signing him.
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, November 14, 2017 – Grand Turk – Despite sporadic thunderstorms threatening to derail the ‘Stop The Clot’ fitness run hosted by TCI Hospital in the nation’s capital on Saturday morning, 11th November 2017, the event continued with participants of all ages showing their commitment to the cause as weather conditions eventually subsided paving the way for a successful event.Donned in the colour red to raise awareness of Venous Thromboembolism, residents were eager to challenge their endurance in the sunrise walk along an uphill terrain, which started from Cockburn Town Medical Centre towards a halfway point along North Ridge/Lighthouse Road and return. Red flags were ecstatically waved by each participant who reached the hilltop and turnaround point.Prizes were awarded to the first male and female runners to complete the marathon, the youngest person to participate in the race, and the first cycler to cross the finish line. The event also featured Soca Aerobic sessions to jump-start and conclude the walk, run and cycle. Complimentary blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and body mass index checks were also provided.A blood clot survivor and resident, Mabeline Ambriton, shared her emotional story during the event of losing a sister and niece to Venous Thromboembolism (VTE). She considers herself blessed to be alive and must consume blood thinners to prevent the potentially fatal blood clots from developing after undergoing intense hospitalizations in the past. Given her familial history, she charged attendees to listen to their bodies and understand the signs, symptoms and prevention of VTE.A clot in the vein (usually in the leg or pelvis) is known as a deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and a clot that breaks off and travels to the lungs is known as a pulmonary embolism (PE). Together, DVT and PE make up Venous Thromboembolism (VTE). One in four people worldwide die of conditions caused by thrombosis.The Providenciales installment of ‘Stop The Clot’ sunrise fitness walk, run and cycle event is slated for this upcoming Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at the Lower Bight Kids Park, commencing at 6:00 am. Registration is free.Press Release: interHealthCanada
Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Leo Bonatini has joined Sky Bet Championship club, Nottingham Forest, according to Sports Mole.The Brazilian striker has joined Forest on a loan deal until the end of the current campaign.Bonatini only completed a permanent move to Wolves last summer having scored 12 goals to help lead them to the Championship title during a loan spell last season.However, the Brazilian has struggled to break into Nuno Espirito Santo’s plans this season and is yet to make a single start in the Premier League.Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.The 24-year-old has not played for the Midlands club at all since November, and he has now put pen to paper on a deal that will see spend the remainder of the at Nottingham Forest.Bonatini could make his debut for Martin O’Neill’s men this Saturday when traveling to the St. Andrew’s to face Birmingham City.Meanwhile, Wolves have signed Johnny Otto on a permanent deal from Atletico Madrid. The Spanish wing-back has impressed since moving to the Molineux on loan and the club have decided to make the move a permanent one.
CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – A man who led police on a violent chase through Coral Gables has been denied bond.Richard Grissom-Rodgers faces a list of charges, including battery and attempted murder on a law enforcement officer.Police said the acussed was driving a stolen car along U.S. 1 in Coral Gables, Tuesday. Police tried to stop him, but he took off, tearing through a median by the University of Miami.Police said the driver then tried to ram a police cruiser and struck two other cars — forcing officers to open fire.The suspect wasn’t hit and tried to flee but was eventually detained.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
MIAMI (WSVN) – The Miami Dolphins raised over $6 million for cancer research during the Dolphins Cancer Challenge in 2017.The team announced that they raised exactly $6,000,157, the most ever raised in the event’s seven-year history.“This means so much to Sylvester and to our patients,” said Stephen Nimer of the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. “The partnership that we’ve established with the Dolphins, which is now in it’s seventh year, has raised more money for cancer research right here in our community, so we’re helping the people who live in South Florida and making a difference across the nation.”Since 2010, the Dolphins Cancer Challenge has raised more than $22 million.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
LAUDERHILL, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for the person or people responsible for a shooting that left a man dead in a Lauderhill neighborhood.Lauderhill Police responded to a call about an apartment unit with an open door at a complex along the 2700 block of Northwest 56th Avenue, just before midnight on Saturday.Responding officers entered the home and found the victim suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.If you have any information on this shooting, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.