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latest football newsPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVESalah admits he could LEAVE Liverpool, how Sancho will fit in Utd XILive Blogblues newsChelsea transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeRevealedFORTUNE TELLERIncredible Hawkeye blunder saved Villa’s lives – but Smith says it was karmaNEXT SEASONAaron Connolly says ‘see you next year’ after scoring goal to end seasonLive BlogJU BEAUTYJuventus vs Sampdoria LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team newsPED’S GONEPedro’s goodbye to Chelsea before Roma move as Cesc takes credit for signing himBANK LAMPARDChelsea scoop £50m Euro bonus as Lamps learns ‘a million things’ in debut year”We won at AC Milan, who was managed by Allegri who has a reputation as one of the great coaches. We went through.”We go to Madrid and Crouchy got sent off and we ended up losing.”Redknapp has been upset before over Neville’s comments on Spurs.He added: “Maybe two years ago I heard him have a pop saying ‘they got rid of some bad apples’. He mentioned Michael Dawson who is one of the best pros I’ve ever come across in my life.“He wants to do his homework before he comes on and talks about people in that tone. I thought his comments were an absolute disgrace.”7 Redknapp suggested Neville does his homework before making such remarks againCredit: PA:Press Association HARRY REDKNAPP has blasted Gary Neville for calling Tottenham “pathetic” – and branded him the worst manager in Valencia’s history.Redknapp, who got Spurs to the Champions League quarter-final in 2011, is fuming with Red Nev for labelling the club “spineless and soft, flaky, rubbish” in the last 30 years.7 Redknapp is furious at Gary Neville’s comments about SpursCredit: Reuters7 The Sky Sports pundit branded Tottenham “spineless and soft, shaky and rubbish” in the last 30 yearsCredit: AFP or licensorsAnd he says he will BLANK his son’s Sky Sports colleague over his outburst on Monday Night Football this week.Redknapp, who managed Spurs from 2008 to 2012, said on talkSPORT, said: “I’ve got the raving hump with him and wouldn’t want to speak to him, to tell the truth. I’ve got the raving needle and think he’s totally out of order.“People have a right to an opinion but his opinion in this case is totally wrong and it’s a disgrace to talk how he has.”It’s a disgrace to label players spineless and gutless in that team like Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Ledley King, Rafael van der Vaart, William Gallas.7 The former QPR boss branded Neville pathetic for the commentsCredit: Getty Images – Getty”I was so disappointed and upset with his comments. He wants to do his homework before coming out with comments like that.”He was totally out of order.”We can all come back. He managed Valencia and when he managed them they were the worst Valencia team not just in the last 30 years but in their history.”Neville’s glittering playing career included the historic Treble and eight Premier League titles – but his only stint in management was three months at Valencia in which he lost 11 of his 28 games in charge before getting sacked.7 Neville endured a torrid spell as Valencia managerCredit: Getty Images – GettyHe then returned as a Sky Sports pundit where he works alongside Jamie Redknapp.Redknapp Snr blasted: “Gary’s comments were an absolute disgrace.“I can only speak about the three and a half years I was at the club and we weren’t gutless, we weren’t spineless, we weren’t pathetic, flaky, rubbish.”I managed a team that had to go to the Etihad to beat Man City to get into the Champions League, they had to beat us to qualify.7 Redknapp was Spurs boss from 2008-2012Credit: PA:Press AssociationTottenham 0-1 Manchester City: Riyad Mahrez scores to fire City back to the top of the Premier League”It was a winner-takes-all situation and we won 1-0.”We got into the Champions League and were drawn in a group with the holders Inter Milan at that time, who had done the double and had won the World Super Cup that year.”We finished above them in the group and went there and had our goalkeeper sent off in the first ten minutes, were 4-0 down at half-time and got three goals back.”Gareth Bale ran them ragged and if the game went on another ten minutes we would have won the game. That is not a team that is gutless.”We battered them at home and beat them 3-1 in a great night at White Hart Lane.7 Neville made the comments on MNF this weekCredit: Sky Sports
The Liberia Football Association has terminated the services of five of its Sub-Committees’ chairmen with immediate effect for administrative reasons.In separate letters to the five individuals, Acting Secretary General Emmanuel Deah said he has been mandated by the LFA Executive Committee to inform the different heads of the five Sub-Committees that they have been relieved of their various portfolios.According to a release, the services of the chairman of the Caldwell LFA Sub-Committee Sylvester P. Mulbah, Sinkor LFA Sub-Committee chairman Samuel Brow and Gnahousname Roberts of the Paynesville LFA Sub- Committee have been terminated.The services of Fayah M. Varney of the Mount Carey LFA Sub- Committee and Thomas Kollie of the St. Paul LFA Sub-Committee were also terminated.The release said the LFA Executive Committee thanked the five football administrators for the able manner in which they administered the affairs of the various Sub-Committees over the years.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Public Procurement CommissionPresident David Granger is awaiting the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to finalise the remuneration packages, Terms of Reference and other administrative arrangements before swearing in the members of the much-anticipaIfraan Alited Public Procurement Commission (PPC).Minister of State,Joseph HarmonPresident David GrangerThis is according to Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, who explained during the post-Cabinet briefing on Thursday that the work of the PAC was preliminary to the appointment of the members. He noted that before the members of the PPC are sworn in, the PAC needed to finalise certain terms and conditions.“As soon as the Public Accounts Committee sits, there are some proposals which will go before it in so far as salaries and things like that. The law requires the Chairman of the (Public Procurement) Commission is a full-time employee of that commission, which means that those persons who are named – one of them will be a chairman and another will be a vice chairman, and if they are working somewhere else, one of those persons will have to leave their job,” the Minister of State outlined.Harmon continued, “So, if you are working somewhere and going for another job, at least you must know what the salary you will be getting before you leave your job, and so it is some of these terms and conditions that have to be settled by the Public Accounts Committee.”At the end of July 2016, the PAC agreed on the nominees for the PPC, and that list was subsequently approved by a two-thirds majority of the National Assembly on August 8.The approved members include Attorney Emily Dodson, Carol Corbin, University of Guyana lecturer Sukrishnalall Pasha, educator Ivor English and former Labour Minister Nanda Gopaul.This list was subsequently sent to the Head of State for the members to be sworn in, but this is yet to be done, as Government is awaiting the finalisation of the terms and conditions for the Commission.However, PAC Chairman, Opposition parliamentarian Irfaan Ali recently pointed out that the President could go ahead with swearing in the members of the Procurement Commission, as he did not have to necessarily wait for the Committee to finish its work on the PPC.Nevertheless, Ali assured that the PAC, “after the Parliament comes out of recess, would be moving to have this issue as a priority on its agenda in setting out the administrative mechanism to support the work of the Public Procurement Commission, so there is nothing that is stopping the President from swearing in the members of the Public Procurement Commission”.Meanwhile, Harmon said on Thursday that Government was also supportive of fast-tracking the process at the level of the Parliamentary Committee.“We will like that to be a top priority as well, and we will give that our full support to ensure that it is fast tracked,” he stated.On the other hand, the Minister of State outlined that once the PPC was set up, it would pave the way for the establishment of the Public Procurement Tribunal – a process which the Commission would need to have a say in. “The Public Procurement Commission has a role in the selecting of that tribunal – one has to be set up before the other so that the one that is set up before can have a say in the setting up of the other. So, we got to get the Public Procurement Commission up and running and then the Tribunal will be set up,” he explained. The issue of establishing the PPC predated the holding of the General and Regional Elections in May 2015, as the then Opposition had insisted that Cabinet should cease the practice of giving its ‘no objection’ to contracts for State projects and services, in favour of the PPC.
They’ll also get the chance to check out the Fire Safety House. Their escape plans will be put to the test on Thursday, when the Fire Department will blast the air raid siren at the Hall, and encourage families to practice them. This year they will be driving through the Duncan Cran and Mathew’s Park area. Children will be given prizes and reading materials once they’ve successfully “escaped”. The exercise isn’t just meant for families; adults should practice their escape plan too. The week wraps up on Saturday, October 15 will a parade and BBQ. The parade will leave the Fire Hall at 11:00 am and will head north on 98 St. to 108 Ave., to 100 St. and down to 93 Ave. ending at the Canadian Tire parking lot.- Advertisement – There will be a simulation of how quickly a fire can develop in a bedroom, and some smoke detectors will be given out to those who don’t have one. Proceeds from the barbecue will be given to the BC Professional Firefighters Burn Fund. At around 1:30 – 2:00 p.m. the firefighters will draw for the Fire Chief for the Day. Kids will have the chance to enter the draw at their school. The Fire Chief for the Day will get a set of kid’s firefighting gear, and will be taken to school in the ladder truck. At lunch they and their friends will be picked up and taken to the Fire Hall to have lunch with the mayor, the Fire Chief and the crew. After school they’ll get a tour around the city.Advertisement For more information on fire prevention and fire escape plans or Fire Prevention Week call the Fire Hall at 250-787-4333.
“We will examine the available documents. But we are still at the very beginning and have not yet launched an investigation. This could happen if we can confirm there is initial cause for suspicion.”Germany won the right to host the 2006 World Cup by beating South Africa with 12 votes to 11 after New Zealand’s Charles Dempsey abstained in the final ballot.On Friday, Der Spiegel weekly published a report claiming that the German Football Association (DFB) had a slush fund to buy votes.The magazine claims the DFB borrowed 10.3 million Swiss francs in 2000 from the now-deceased former CEO of German sportswear giant Adidas, Robert Louis-Dreyfus, in order to buy the votes of four Asian members of FIFA’s 24-strong executive committee.Spiegel claimed the DFB then transferred 6.7 million euros — the equivalent of the borrowed Swiss francs at the time — to a FIFA account in 2005 to repay Louis-Dreyfus.The DFB preempted Spiegel’s claims by issuing its own statement admitting they had made that last payment to FIFA but denying it had any connection to the 2006 World Cup.“There was no slush fund,” DFB president Wolfgang Niersbach insisted. “The World Cup was not bought.”Niersbach added that the internal investigation had not been completed but said: “I can definitively exclude that this payment was linked to the World Cup.”On Sunday, Franz Beckenbauer, who led Germany’s successful bid to host the 2006 World Cup, came out to deny the allegations.“I have not sent anyone money to acquire votes for the awarding of the 2006 World Cup to Germany,” said the 70-year-old football legend in a statement.“And I’m sure that no other member of the bidding committee did either.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Germans celebrate their World Cup victory last year. The Country’s prosecutors are looking into bribery claims into the 2006 World Cup the country hosted. PHOTO/FileBERLIN, October 19- German prosecutors said Monday they were looking into, but not yet formally investigating, claims that Germany bribed football officials to win the right to host the 2006 World Cup.“This could be about corruption, fraud or breach of trust,” Frankfurt chief prosecutor Nadja Niesen told SID sports news agency, an AFP subsidiary.
1 Kalidou Koulibaly Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent has denied speculation his client could move to Everton this summer.The Napoli defender has been on Roberto Martinez’s radar as the Toffees look to add defensive reinforcements.Speculation surrounding the future of John Stones and the departures of experienced duo Sylvain Distin and Antolin Alcaraz have left Everton with only youngsters as back-up at the heart of their defence.However, Koulibaly, 24, is unlikely to fill that void for the Merseysiders in this transfer window, according to the Frenchman’s representative.“I don’t know anything about interest from Everton for him,” Bruno Satin told Tuttomercatoweb.“He hasn’t asked to leave, he’s played in these first few friendlies and is 100 per cent at the centre of Napoli’s project.“For a player of his age and value there will always be interest, but everything comes down to the club wanting to sell a player and the player wanting to leave.”He added: “In the case of Kalidou there is no such desire and the club also wants to keep him.”