Loading… Arsenal are expected to know the price it will take to land Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard. Mikel Arteta is believed to be keeping a close eye on the 22-year-old ahead of the summer transfer window. The Gunners boss has been told he will have to fork out more than £25m to land him. read also:Chelsea beat Man Utd to snap up 16-year-old Edwin Andersson Celtic are determined to keep hold of the Frenchman following his incredible spell of form this term. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Daily Express says the Gunners will have to spend at least £25m to sign Edouard from Celtic. The French forward has emerged as a possible replacement for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the Emirates.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 TV Characters Whose Departures Have Made The Shows BetterThe Best Cars Of All TimeThese Films Were Sued For The Weirdest ReasonsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Body Features That Are Extremely Rare But Very Remarkable7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared
MASON CITY, Iowa – Two $1,000 to win features headline I-35 Speedway’s rescheduled Skip Rose Memorial this Sunday, May 31.Winners of both the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car main events take home $1,000. If not already on the ballot, the Modified winner also becomes a candidate for the upcoming Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational starting field.Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks both race for top prizes of $500, Mach-1 Sport Compacts for $200.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Allstar Performance State and local track points will be awarded.Pit gates open at 4 p.m., the grandstand opens at 5 p.m., the draw closes at 5:45 p.m. and racing follows 6 p.m. hot laps.Grandstand admission is $15 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-12 and free for five and under. Family passes are $40. Pit passes are $30.More information is available at the www.I-35speedway.com website or by calling 641 424-6515.The Skip Rose Memorial was rescheduled from May 24 because of inclement weather.
Jessie Brown, 88 of Moores Hill passed away Saturday, July 25, 2020 at High Point Health in Lawrenceburg. Jessie was born Saturday, January 30, 1932 in Clay County, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Samuel and Martha Rice. She married Buddy Brown and he preceded her in death. Jessie enjoyed doing home improvements and spending time with her family.Jessie is survived by children: Earl Brown of Moores Hill; Clifford Beach of Milan; Carl Brown of Dillsboro; and Mary McCreary of Milan. Many Grandchildren and several Great-Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents Samuel and Martha Rice; her husband Buddy Brown, son; Donald Beach; daughter; Barbara Beach; son; William Brown; brothers and sisters.There are no services planned at this time. Memorials may be made in honor of Jessie to Donor’s choice. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 16717 Manchester Street, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812)744-3280. Please reach out through our website at www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message or a memory of Jessie for the family.
After Stoke defender Robert Huth had opened the scoring with a 67th-minute header, a fierce strike from substitute Cameron Jerome with nine minutes of normal time remaining appeared to make three points safe for the hosts. But Adrian Mariappa nodded in two minutes later for the Royals, who had scored a host of important late goals in their recent unbeaten sequence of four league games. And Reading might have completed another dramatic comeback if referee Michael Oliver had not waved away Adam Le Fondre’s penalty appeals in the dying moments. Pulis added: “After the first half I thought we deserved to be coming in leading, but we just picked the pace up and the two subs (Jerome and Kenwyne Jones) made a great difference again. Cameron Jerome is a great impact player and he scored a great goal.” Regarding the Le Fondre incident – where the in-form striker went down in the box under the attentions of Ryan Shotton – Pulis said: “Firstly I was told it was a penalty, then I’ve just been told (you can see) it actually isn’t from a different angle – that the lad isn’t caught, but just arches his back and falls over. But if it was a penalty, I have to say thank goodness we have had a break, because we deserve one.” Reading boss Brian McDermott had no doubt what he thought about the penalty claim. “Once we got to 2-1, I thought we would get it (a draw), and unfortunately the ref has missed a penalty at the end, the last kick of the game,” McDermott said. “He got hold of the ball, flicked it by him and he caught him. It was a stonewall penalty. I’ve just gone in to see him (Oliver) and he didn’t see it that way, so that’s fine, but I thought it was. “Sometimes as a manager you get those things – with the last kick of the game, it would have been great to get the point. We hung in there and showed great resilience and desire. This is not an easy place to come to, which everyone knows.” The Potters, whose previous top-flight win had come on Boxing Day, beat Reading 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium having dominated much of the contest but been forced to endure a nervy finale. Reading remain 17th in the table, two points clear of the relegation zone, while Stoke stay 10th. After seeing his team hang on for the victory – unlike in their previous home outing, when they had squandered a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with Wigan – Pulis said: “It has been a long time. I thought we deserved to win the game – I would have been absolutely devastated if we hadn’t won the game today.” Stoke manager Tony Pulis would have been “absolutely devastated” if his side had been denied their first Barclays Premier League victory of 2013 on Saturday afternoon. Press Association
“Funding of £31m will allow the Irish Football Association to modernise Windsor and raise the capacity to 18,000. This is a tremendous boost for the local football family which will see two new stands and two refurbished stands.” The minister said construction work would start in 2014. The redevelopment will cost up to £35m in total, with the remaining £4m coming from the IFA. It will include the completion of the East Stand, demolition of the South Stand and the construction of a new stand and renovation to the North and West Stands. The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) have approved the £31million funding for the modernisation of the national football stadium in Belfast. Sports Minister Carl Ni Chuilin said: “This signals a new chapter in the history of Windsor Park. The Irish Football Association has confirmed it has been granted the funding needed for the redevelopment of Windsor Park. Press Association
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has revealed he will hold talks with Tom Cleverley about his future. The Scot is also looking to keep skipper Ron Vlaar and midfielder Fabian Delph, who are both out of contract at the end of the season, next month. He does not expect to lose them and does not have a strict transfer budget for January and will work on a player-by-player basis with chairman Randy Lerner and chief executive Tom Fox. “That’s exactly the way it works, I don’t have a problem,” he said. “We have had one or two chats on the phone with Tom and Randy, if something comes up and Randy thinks it is feasible and affordable and right for the club then I am pretty sure he will have a look at it. “But we have to get into that position where we need a position filled.” Press Association Villa have an option to buy the Manchester United loanee in January but Cleverley’s contract at Old Trafford expires in June. Everton wanted to sign the England international in the summer but failed to agree a deal with United, allowing Villa to resurrect a deadline day move which looked to be over. The club have no deal in place for the midfielder in the summer and Lambert is planning to sit down with the 25-year-old. “I have the option to buy in January but I have got him for a season long loan anyway. I would definitely try but a lot will depend on finances,” said Lambert, who has Cleverley available for the Boxing Day trip to Swansea after suspension. “I will have a discussion with Tom and sit with him and see what he thinks. He is still a Manchester United player. “But the great thing about Tom Cleverley is he has been brilliant here. His enthusiasm for the game and the way he plays the game is great. “The way he is around the place is great. I am pretty sure he loves his football here. “He has been a credit to himself and Manchester United with the way he has conducted himself. “I think he has played really, really well, he has years ahead of him to play. “I am pretty sure he will not want to keep sitting around, knowing Tom Cleverley as I do in a short space of time he won’t want to sit on the bench.”
Authorities are currently investigating the death of a man in his late 20’s who was found on the bank of a lake Saturday.The victim was found sometime in the afternoon on the bank of the Okeechobee waterway in Port Mayaca by a group of people who were visiting the lake.Officials say that though the victim was discovered on Saturday, medical examiners believe the victim may have actually died on Monday.Not much is known about the incident at this time but authorities did report that they find the circumstances surrounding the death suspicious.This is a developing story and will be updated once more information becomes available.
A rocket launch that was planned for the weekend is now set for today.SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral around 10 a.m. Eastern.The rocket is carrying 60 Starlink satellites that will help provide high-speed internet all over the world. Follow live as SpaceX targets a 10:05 a.m. liftoff of its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 40. https://t.co/cXIhg8dbdy— Florida Today (@Florida_Today) February 17, 2020
ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth head volleyball coach Whitney Ranger has resigned from the position, Athletic Director Josh Frost told The Ellsworth American on Friday.Ranger, who coached the team for two years, made the Class B semifinals in 2015 and the quarterfinals in 2016. The team received the No. 4 seed in the state tournament both times.“I hope to move quickly on this position since it is almost six weeks until the season starts,” Frost told The American. “I want to give the new coach a chance to hold some open gym times during the summer sports season and before the hands-off period that begins July 31.”Ranger played college volleyball at Dominican College in Orangeburg, N.Y., and is a teacher at Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School. She finishes her tenure as coach with a 17-14 record.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
Britton, Bryan still in Men’s singles as Guyana out of U-21 singlesNATIONAL Under-21 champion Shemar Britton is still in the running for the men’s singles as is Nigel Bryan who was last scheduled to come up against Trinidad’s Arun Roopnarine, when competition in the Senior Caribbean Table Tennis Championships continued in Domingo, Dominican Republic, yesterday. Britton is into the quarterfinals of the men’s singles, while Bryan was up to play the winner of the Bryan/Roopnarine face-off.Britton, who also competed in the Under-21 singles made it into the quarterfinals after topping Group 7 where he was classed with Dominican Republic’s Carlos Guzman, St Lucia’s Omarie Ferdinand, and Trinidad’s David Mahabir.Guzman finished second behind Britton to make it into the round of 16. Britton, meanwhile is out of the men’s Under 21 singles after he went under against Dominican Republic’s Isaac Villa in a 3-2 score.Guyana’s other player in the men’s Under-21 singles, Kyle Edghill, also suffered a loss. After making it into the quarterfinals by topping his group, Edghill was ousted from the competition by Barbados’ Tyrese Knights, losing 0-3.National men’s runner-up champion, Bryan, orchestrated his way into the round of sixteen after finishing in second place in his group where he was competing against Vila, Christian Victorin, and Peurto Rico’s Gustavo Gonzalez. His group was dominated by Vila.