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Crystal Palace board ‘incensed’ by Arsenal’s £40m transfer offer for Wilfried Zaha

first_imgCrystal Palace have been left ‘furious’ by Arsenal’s opening bid for Wilfried Zaha (Picture: Getty)Crystal Palace were left ‘furious’ and ‘incensed’ by Arsenal’s opening £40million transfer offer for Wilfried Zaha, reports say.Ivory Coast international Zaha, Palace’s key player over the past four seasons, rocked the Eagles last week by pushing for a move to the Gunners.Zaha supported Arsenal as a child and ‘dreams’ of playing for the club, according to his brother Judicael, despite the absence of Champions League football at the Emirates.Arsenal are keen to sign Zaha but cannot meet Palace’s £80m valuation and tabled an offer of half that amount on Monday.ADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBut the bid was not even considered by Palace and left the south London club ‘incensed’, according to BBC Sport.AdvertisementAdvertisementIt is claimed Palace are furious at Arsenal’s attempt to sway Zaha but would still be willing to sanction the forward’s departure if the right money is on the table.The Eagles have already sold one key player this summer – highly-rated full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka join Manchester United last week – and know they can demand a considerable fee for Zaha.The Ivorian signed a new five-year contract at Selhurst Park last year but is desperate to move on. Advertisement Crystal Palace board ‘incensed’ by Arsenal’s £40m transfer offer for Wilfried Zaha Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 2 Jul 2019 12:01 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.2kShares Comment Advertisement Zaha is determined to join Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Asked about his future on Monday, following Ivory Coast’s 4-1 win over Namibia at the Africa Cup of Nations, Zaha said: ‘I don’t know we’ll see in the future.‘I have no comment on it the only thing that’s on my mind now is trying to win this cup. I’m fixated on is how far we go in the tournament.’Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League last season and were beaten in the Europa League final by London rivals Chelsea.Unai Emery is determined to bolster his squad with a number of signings and the Gunners have also been linked with summer moves for Kieran Tierney and William Saliba.More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moveslast_img read more

Governor Wolf Requests Joint Session to Address Opioid Epidemic

first_img Press Release,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf respectfully requested a Joint Session of the General Assembly at a time that is convenient for the House and Senate this fall. The purpose of this session would be to address the members of the House and Senate about our collective efforts to lead the nation in combatting the opioid and heroin crisis facing Pennsylvania.“After consultation and discussion with legislative leaders, I believe we share the view that we can make the most profound and positive impact for the people of Pennsylvania by dealing with this issue as part of the remainder of the 2015-16 Legislative Session through a Joint Session, rather than calling a Special Session,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “I want to thank the House and the Senate for their dedication to ensuring that those suffering from the disease of addiction are getting the treatment that they need. However, we can and should, do more. I look forward to continuing to work with the legislature to continue to address this epidemic that we all care deeply about.”After extensive conversations throughout the summer, Governor Tom Wolf and legislative leaders decided that the most timely and efficient way to make progress in the fight against the opioid epidemic would be to call a Joint Session, rather than a special session as previously discussed. A special session would require bills to be reintroduced with co-sponsor memos to be circulated, and each new bill would take a minimum of six legislative days to reach the Governor’s desk. For more information, read “Why Governor Tom Wolf Called a Joint Session to Address the Opioid Epidemic.”Together with the legislature, the Wolf administration has made great strides in battling this epidemic. The 2016-2017 budget provided funding to implement 45 centers of excellence (COE) throughout the commonwealth that will treat nearly 11,000 people with substance use disorder. These centers will work with those suffering from the disease of addiction to make sure they get the comprehensive, holistic treatment they need to beat their disease.Last month, the Pennsylvania Department of Health went live with the newly re-designed Prescription Drug Monitoring Program that will allow prescribers and dispensers to query and report information regarding the number of opioids prescribed, and to whom.The administration also recently announced new prescribing guidelines for the safe and effective use of opioids in order to reduce the pattern of over-prescribing painkillers that have a high risk for abuse. These guidelines will help fight back against opioid abuse and heroin use before those habits even begin.Under the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Program’s leadership, Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Take-Back Program is helping communities properly dispose of unused and unwanted prescriptions. To date, there are nearly 520 take-back boxes located at police stations across Pennsylvania. Since 2015, more than 145,000 pounds of prescription drugs were taken back and destroyed.Substance use disorder affects people all across the commonwealth and that is why the search for effective solutions enjoys broad bi-partisan support. Together with the legislature, Governor Wolf will continue to fight to make sure Pennsylvanians have the resources we need to get our arms around this crisis.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: September 16, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Governor Wolf Requests Joint Session to Address Opioid Epidemiclast_img read more

Toure eyes Chelsea goal record

first_img City’s biggest ever win over Spurs means they have now scored an incredible 24 times in six home league fixtures this season. Their overall tally stands at 34, which has them on track to eclipse Chelsea’s total from their 2009-10 title-winning campaign. Press Association “I hope so,” said Toure, when asked about emulating Chelsea’s massive total. “We have the strikers. The two guys up front are unbelievable.” Indeed, they are the best in the business according to Jesus Navas, who kick started his season with a two-goal haul against Spurs, including a 14-second opener. “I think they are the best in the league,” said Navas. “They are scoring very easily at the moment. The Premier League suits their style. “Aguero is in really good shape. We all know about his capabilities. “And I am not surprised about Negredo because I already knew how good he was. “He has always loved contact with defenders so this is the perfect league for him.” For his part, Toure was keen to point out City are not a two-man team, with Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic both eager to play a part too. Having played a central role in the Blues’ first title since 1968 when they won the championship in such thrilling style with virtually the last kick of the 2011-12 season, Toure knows hammering teams on home soil alone will not be enough to get the job done. No side has won the Premier League after losing four of their opening 11 games but City are now favourites to do exactly that. However, the Ivorian accepts an improvement in that abysmal away form must come quickly. “At the moment it is quite difficult but we will try to find a way,” he said. “At home we are very prolific. Away is more difficult. “Either the referee is not fine or the fans or the opponent try to make it hard. “That is part of football. That is the Premier League. That is why it is the best league in the world. “We are trying to find a good balance because we have to come back. It is very important to start winning away from home.” The situation might not look quite so strange if City had lost to teams at the forefront of the battle for honours. Other than Chelsea, that has not been the case, with Cardiff, Aston Villa and Sunderland not occupying places in the top half of the table. “It is not just the big teams who are the problem. It is the normal teams,” said Toure. “It is always difficult away. “But we know if we are to win the title again we have to win our away games. That is what the manager is working on.” Not bad for a team that has recorded just one victory on their travels this term and were beaten at rock-bottom Sunderland a fortnight ago. It was that shock defeat at the Stadium of Light that triggered those words of wisdom from Pellegrini. “The manager’s speech before the game was unbelievable,” said Toure. “It is always difficult when you lose a game like we did at Sunderland. It is hard for the players. “Football is so strange. “But we have come together as a team because we want to regain the Premier League.” Goals will not be a problem as long as Sergio Aguero maintains his present form. The Argentina star is top of the scoring charts with 10, having bagged another brace at the Etihad Stadium, whilst strike partner Alvaro Negredo is not far behind on six, adding another to his tally after being the major influence on Sandro’s own goal. Yaya Toure is targeting Chelsea’s record Premier League goals haul of 103 after revealing Manchester City’s 6-0 thrashing of Tottenham on Sunday was inspired by manager Manuel Pellegrini’s pre-match team talk.last_img read more

Three Men Indicted on Murder Charges in Ahmaud Arbery’s Killing

first_imgA prosecutor on Wednesday announced that three men have been indicted on murder charges in last February’s killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia.Prosecutor Joyette Holmes says a Glynn County grand jury has indicted Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. on charges that include malice and felony murder, in the Arbrey’s death.Arbery was shot of death on Feb. 23, when the Greg and Travis McMichael, a white father and son, pursued the 25-year-old Black man, who was jogging in their neighborhood. Greg McMichael told police that he suspected Arbery was a burglar, and that Arbery attacked his son before being shot.Bryan, who lives in the same community, said he saw the McMichaels driving by and decided to join the chase, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent testified earlier this month.The McMichaels were arrested May 7, two days after Bryan’s cellphone video appeared online.Bryan was subsequently arrested on May 22. An arrest warrant said that he tried “to confine and detain” Arbery without legal authority by “utilizing his vehicle on multiple occasions” before the man was shot.In addition to malice murder and felony murder charges, the McMichaels and Bryan are each charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count each of false imprisonment and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment.last_img read more

IAAF suspends staff connected to alleged Russian cover-up

first_imgNick Davies – the former right-hand man of IAAF president Lord Coe – is accused of receiving “an undisclosed payment”.Davies’ wife, Jane Boulter-Davies, and Pierre-Yves Garnier, are also suspended for 180 days.The IAAF’s ethics board says there’s no presumption of guilt against them.last_img

Kweku Andoh , Hearts player to watch against New Edubiase

first_imgDefender Kweku Andoh is the player to watch as Hearts of Oak travel Bekwai to face New Edubiase on the opening day of the 2013-14 season.Hearts edged past their opponent 1-0 at the Gyamfi’s Park last season and will hope for another favourable result on Sunday.Andoh who joined the capital-based side from Berekum Chelsea is confident of making his Hearts Premier League debut on a positive note.“Edubiase will be tough but we’re also confident we can bag the maximum points,” Andoh said“I just joined the club and so I’m hoping to start well. We’re aware of the big task ahead but we beat them at their home grounds last season and can do it again.“I have settled in well and hoping to play a key role for the side this season.”last_img read more

Clippers: 5 burning questions going into training camp

first_imgBEVERLEY SAYS HE’S NOT PAUL, BUT WHO IS BEVERLEY?Beverley said at his introductory news conference, “I am not Chris Paul.” All right, so who is Beverley, the man tasked with replacing Paul as the Clippers’ point guard? Well, Beverley spent the past five seasons with the Rockets and was a first-team all-defensive team performer in 2016-17, when he averaged 9.5 points and 4.2 assists while playing alongside James Harden. Beverley is a tough, annoying guy to play against. If that sandpaper element was absent in the past, then the Clippers addressed it by acquiring Beverley.WHO TAKES THE BIG SHOTS NOW THAT PAUL AND JAMAL CRAWFORD ARE GONE?Griffin? Danilo Gallinari? Beverley? Lou Williams? Austin Rivers? In the past, the obvious answer to that question was Paul or Crawford. Opponents knew it, too. Now, things will be different and that might be a good thing. Unpredictability could make the Clippers more difficult to defend when time is short and the game is on the line this season. Griffin figures to be a go-to guy, but will he be the only go-to guy game after game, night after night? If not Griffin, then Gallinari, Beverley, Williams or Rivers could be options.WILL THE CLIPPERS BUY INTO WHAT DOC RIVERS IS SELLING?Clippers owner Steve Ballmer made a bold offseason move by limiting Rivers’ duties strictly to coaching for this season, which many league observers took to mean that it’ll be far easier to fire Rivers if things don’t go well in 2017-18. So, it seems imperative for Rivers to get the Clippers to buy into his vision for the team from the opening day of training camp. The one thing all great teams have in common is an ability to band together to win, putting aside egos and personality conflicts. Can the Clippers pull in the same direction?HAS THE WINDOW CLOSED ON THE CLIPPERS’ TITLE HOPES?Or more to the point, are the Clippers facing an inevitable decline after five consecutive 50-win seasons? It’s easy to forget that the Clippers had their (long)shots at their first NBA championship before the Golden State Warriors emerged as the league’s newest super team, winning two titles in three seasons and setting a record with 73 regular-season victories in 2015-16. Maybe the better question for the Clippers this season is to ask whether they can simply maintain their status after so much change during the offseason. It won’t be easy.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The new-look Clippers open training camp Tuesday at the University of Hawaii with a great many questions to be answered after an exceptionally busy offseason, and with an equal number of reasons to wonder what’s next for a franchise that appears to have reached its peak.There are new faces on the court and in the executive suite. There also are new roles for players, coaches and management. Is so much change so quickly healthy for the Clippers? Buckle up, because it’s going to be an entertaining ride in 2017-18.These and other questions will be answered in due time.IS THIS BLAKE GRIFFIN’S TEAM NOW THAT CHRIS PAUL IS A HOUSTON ROCKET?The Clippers didn’t (read: couldn’t) keep Paul during the offseason, so they traded the All-Star point guard to the Rockets for a package of players that included Patrick Beverley, a dramatic move that overhauled their roster for the coming season(s). Then they re-signed Griffin for five seasons and $173 million, which more or less makes him the first Clipper for Life in the franchise’s lackluster history. Then they signed Milos Teodosic, a dynamic Serb who was renowned as the best player not playing in the NBA, in order to pump new life into Lob City.center_img Clippers training camp roster last_img read more

Wednesday: Decision on Finalists of Cup of B&H

first_img(Source: Fena) The matches of the half-finals of the football Cup of Bosnia-Herzegovina will be played on Wednesday.Defending champions Široki Brijeg at will meet with Čelik. Široki Brijeg will try to make up the backlog of two goals from the first match in Zenica and to try to win for the third time, the finals of the most massive club competition in Bosnia-Herzegovina..In the second match, Zrinjski and Sarajevo will meet in Mostar. The first match in Sarajevo ended without goals.The match schedule:18.00 Zrinjski – Sarajevo (first match 0:0)19.00 Široki Brijeg – Čelik (0:2)last_img read more

WHS Service Day 2015: Youth meets community…

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington High School held its annual Service Day throughout the community this morning and had a myriad of activities this afternoon at the high school.The annual service day featured a plethora of activities including meal packaging to benefit Meals-on-Wheels-for-Kids during the summer and Project Sticker Shock was a fun-filled day by the WHS Leadership Team under sponsor Karla Defore.WHS students were scattered across 32 different locations this morning (see photo gallery here).Those who participated and where they served are as follows: Eisenhower Elementary — Holly May, Alexx Parsons, Peyton Adams, Tyanna Hughes, Levi Beard, Leanne Neal, Baylee Pacchelli, Chaese Hamel, Lukas Soria, Tayland French, Will Long, Lauryn Snipes, Donovan Rowley, Meghan McCarty, Morgan Hain, Liz Dean, Matthew Sinnett, Nolan Hotchkin, Meghan McCarty. Chisholm Trail Museum — Tara Patterson, Karrigan Beard, Mylea Sunell, Alexis Oleson, Alisha Rhodes, Alisha Farley, Cady Thomas, Regan Pourner. Arrowhead Animal Clinic — Lindy Fike, Alejandro Vargas, Taylor Altendorf, Jessica Reyes, Macy Bowman, Michelle Estes, Trevor Nance, Andrew Pelkey. First Christian Church — Tony Ramirez, Jayden Dycus, Kim Barry.Downtown — Chandler Hain, Michael Norris, Aubrey Stangl, Tristan Stoddard, Tristan Tucker, Alexis Vickers, Brad Weins, Christiana Alcorn, Orian Brown, Gavin Cairns, Weston Driskell, Kutter Frazee, Damon Haggerty, Joey Haydon, Woody Horn.Chamber of Commerce — Cajen Shore, Connor Phelps, Remington Gilkey, Caden Rusk, Alexis Hinman, Morgan Lyles, Jacob Cook, Katie Reichenberger.Central Office – Kennedy Cook, Alexis Carlson, Desiree Heller. Bus Barn – Colin Reichenberger, Mitchell McGuire, Jared Shields, Mackinze Tracy, Jaycee Schlettler, Madison Barron, Kylie Byers, Daulton Burden, Ella Paralon, Matt Terry, Colby Allen, Chase Edwards, Miguel Lujan, Brittany Mcinteer.Golden Living — Shelbie Wright, Caitie Williams, Alyssa Jackson, Julian Cornejo, Raeven Blackbull, Betina Flores, Mercedes Vazquez, Hunter Owston, Tristin Witham, Colton Glover, John Willis, Seth Tunnell, Matthew Mason.Free Will Baptist — David Matlock, Katie Ledbetter.Food Bank — Rylee Vargas, Lindsay Roth, Laken Kimball, Kira Hills, Kialee LeValley, Adaysia Love, Drew Mayo, Gunner Fox.Fire Department — Ahmed Mohammed, Adam Condit, Leah Nelson, Jozie Caudillo, Brent Williams, Emily Baum, Jessica Thatcher, Katie Pape, Chase Crittenden, Levi Preston, Betty Brown, Philip Toothman.KOA — Luke Baker, Ariel Ferguson, Dylan Thompson, Trevor Bernd, Steven Benton, Jacob Farley, Dylan Ferguson, Reece Langford, Chevy Nuss, Chance Wilson.Kennedy Elementary — Jaryn Lloyd, Austin Nefzger, Chloe Stafford, Austin Crowe, Jon Lee, Christina Crispen, Shayna Templeton, Callen Duntz, Colten Duntz, Jasmine Wager, Vanessa Rodriguez, Stormie Tidwell, Peyton Witham, Shelby McNamara, Kyle Robbins, Miranda Callaway, Mikayla Rosenthal, Haley Farley, Jarrod McEachern, Ryan Olson, Cassidy Harriger, Brad McBath. Hillside Baptist — Joseph Friesen, Tyler Johnson, Tristan Barrigan, Alyssa Crispen.Hargis Creek — Jack Heimer, Matthew Edgington, Sammee Lira, Dustin Dodson, Juan Chandler, Tyler Pettegrew, Lane Beard, Luke Dickerman, Alicia Seyfert, Jacob Hays, Adam Condit, Aiyana Mitchell, Quinten Newlin, Tatum Haskins, Patrick Hollman.Park Department — Amy Diver, Maggie Fink, Joey Byers, Noah Rinehart, Kiki Vargas, Jessica West, Amber Biddle.Panhandle Railroad Museum — Teagan Bucher, Faith Shapley-Queen, Demi Shriver, Ian Hadipour, Drake Steinbach, James Sump, Katelyn Terry, Brice Tucker. Memorial Auditorium — Jon Ryberg, Joey Lewellen, Joshua Quanz, Chris Kop, Taylor Ward, Dean Nugen, Rebecca Pinkerton, Eric Pruitt, Aaron Redford, Noah Row, Dakota Saunders, Nicole Staggs, Madison Goans.Lincoln Elementary — Lupita Chandler, Jaden Hines, Cheyenne Dunnavent, Hannah Roths, Isaiah Rogers, Rylee Raschke, Connie Ray, Cowen Rains, Stephanie Bristow, Tori Moore, Desiree Spang, Caleb Ditch. SCCDAT — Allison McCue, Ryleigh Buck, Abby Goodrum, Brenton Troutman, Damoggio Johnson, Trenton Prindle, Hunter Etter.Wellington Public Library — William Daily, Cabriel Roe, Courtney Reynolds, Nathan Elix, Megan Myers, Jayden King, Devin Martens, Elizabeth Montenegro.Police Department — Sarah Lee, Skylar Tidwell, Tayler Patrick, Austin Dunn, Jason Norris, Jace Lowe, Zach Bodkins, Aaron Fair, Brecken Lawrence, Connor Burnett, Michaela Leaf, Michael Billington, Hannah Evens, Bente Carlstesen, Ashley Soles, Abigail Lee, Ariel Wiseman, Standard Brown, David Ludlow.Pheasants Forever — Vincent Ast, Brad Warner, Cameron Bartelson, Auni Williams, Kyle Dall, Wyatt Witmer.Washington Elementary — Trey Coulter, Taylor Zimmerman, Bryce Oldridge, Sage Ferguson, Nick Hawkins, Siarah Walker, Nike Hyde, Mariah Moore, Alexis Marshall, Sara Antoine, Noelle Wright, Wesley Gilmore, Jaylynne Luna, Addyson DeJarnett, Peighton Westmoreland, Kailyn Patterson, Josh Amos, Kayma Brand, Jo Tredway, Madison Lewellen.Sterling House — Kindyl Krueger, Bailey Altendorf, Skylar Brand, Austin Pfalzgraf, Nate Ybarra, Dietra Sober, Trevor Whitney, Rebecca Wilson, Jacob Riggs, Ashley Ewing, Victoria Winger, Rong Ni. SRMC — Kiley Clift, Skyla McRoberts, TraVonte Wiseman, Kelsie Haydon, Callie Bannister, Chase LeValley, Jacob Michaelis, Seth Smith, Jace Bruns, Ian King, Peyton Landsdon, Cameron Sanchez, Kyle Nichols, Ronnie Mortimer, Kirstan McCracken.Sumner Care Center — Mindy Everhart, Mary Everhart, Brentasia Cramer, Caitlin McDonald, Marissa Brown, Nicholas Chalmers, Madison Goans, Essence Lolar, Colton McCarty, Katelyn Migues.Wheat Capital Manor — Destiny Jones, Austin Weaver, Alec Waver, Ashlyn Arebalo, Khalil Boyer-Mutazammil, Loren Brock.Senior Center — Josh Brown, Isabella Fanning, Devon Corp, Courtney Overfelt, Ali Bird. Golf Course — Zack Frederick, Jake Leverich, Aaron Mason, Graysen DeJarnett, Jake Walton, Skyler Crittenden, Chantz Daugherty, David Seyfert, Nick Farley, Derek Driskell, Adrien Ramirez, Adam Hilt, Dylan Goodman, Carson LeGrand, Shane Hughes, Dylan Jones, Ethan Tunnell, Therin Frame, Jace Deffenbaugh, Brock Edwards.Wellington Christian Academy — Baylee DeJarnett, Skyler Struble, Mallory Barker, Erin Goodrum, Alyssa Moore, Kalyn Fair.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +5 Vote up Vote down Theresa Snider · 277 weeks ago The friends of Wellington Library so appreciate all the volunteers we had to helpw ith our booksale. Report Reply 0 replies · active 277 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Tom Countryman · 277 weeks ago What a great bunch of young people! This totally restores my faith in humanity! Report Reply 0 replies · active 277 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. 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