Bayern’s intention is to give coach Hansi Flick more options on the right side. The defensive section is a priority when looking for reinforcements after a real plague of injuries that ended up whipping Bayern during the first round of the championship. Kimmich started in the right-handed lane during the last season, but after the arrival of Pavard he occupies the position of midfielder. The incorporation of Odriozola, in addition to giving Flick more options, would allow Mr. Mister to move Pavard to the central position where he currently does not have the services of Süle, Lucas and Javi Martínez due to injury.Without the confidence of the technicianThe Spanish international arrived at Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 coming from Real Sociedad and barely counts for Zidane since the defeat in Mallorca last October, the last one suffered by the white team; this season only adds 434 minutes on the pitch distributed in five games; In addition, it has been left out of the Zidane call in 17 of the 28 matches played. In need of minutes, the Bundesliga can offer you the perfect scenario to regain confidence. According to numerous German media, the muniqueses intend to seize the services of Odriozola as a loan, tto and as it happened in his day with James Rodriguez, who wore Bavarian clothing for two seasons.Own Zinedine Zidane has just confirmed that “Odriozola has an option to leave, but still not official. We’re going to wait”. Odriozola is about to leave Real Madrid. The side of San Sebastian has not trained this morning on the grass of Valdebebas with his teammates and in the next few hours he could leave on loan to the Bunsdesliga. At this time, his most likely destination seems to be Bayern Munich.
TOMORROW’s race meet at Caymanas Park has a competitive look about it, the Pick 9 embracing all nine races on the card.The first Super-6 gets under way in race number two, the late Super-6 from race four to nine. We look at the first Super-6 which commences with a 4-y-o and up restricted allowance race over the straight to be contested by nine starters, including the recent winner PERFECT ASSET, FLYING MAGIC, OCEAN SEEKER, GLYDER and MISS MYRTLE, all effective over the straight.Three-time champion jockey Dane Nelson is down to ride the speedy 4-y-o filly MISS MYRTLE, who though disappointing behind the front running LUNAR ROCKET over 1200 metres when highly fancied on December 24, ran better than her final placing indicated (12th).She actually chased LUNAR ROCKET into the straight before weakening and with Nelson riding so well since returning from an eight-month stint in Canada, MISS MYRTLE from the Patrick Fong stables is worth another chance, especially over the straight.Race number three, a maiden special weight for four-year-olds and up over 1400 metres, will be contested by eight starters and from all indications it should come down to a straight fight between the lightly raced four-year-old colt JON MARSHALL, to be ridden by in-form Jevanne Erwin for 16-time champion trainer Wayne DaCosta and the Gary Griffiths trained CONCLUSION, who failed by three-quarter length to catch KIMALI STAR over 1300 metres last Saturday.The promising 2.0kg claiming apprentice Hakeem Pottinger has retained the ride aboard CONCLUSION who, despite a tardy habit, could well go one better. Preference, however, is for JON MARSHALL, who finished eight lengths fourth to easy winner SEEKING THE DAWN over the straight on Monday and with less to do in present company, will now prove hard to beat.One of the more competitive races on the card is the fourth, a 4-y-o and up restricted allowance over 1200 metres in which 11 starters have been declared.Horses such as the DaCosta-trained LOTTERY TICKET (working well) under newly-crowned champion jockey Omar Walker, stable-companion GOLD MINER (Jermone Innis), the recent post to post course winner LUNAR ROCKET (Javaneil Patterson), the very fit BOLD SYMPHONY (Aaron Chatrie) and MISTER BONES, with Nelson aboard should make it close.LOTTERY TICKET ran on strongly over 1100 metres some weeks ago to beat subsequent winner LUNAR ROCKET in a fast 1:05.4 and is sure to fight it out. But if they go too fast, with much speed present, the Gordon Lewis-trained MISTER BONES will more than likely catch them in deep stretch, having finished two lengths fourth (closing fast) to SIMPLY THE BEST in the fast run War Zone Sprint recently.The fifth race for maiden three-year-olds over 1100 metres looks tailored for the Carl Anderson-trained TWILIGHT STORM, who caught the eye when finishing third last time out, while SERIOUS BUSINESS (Oneil Mullings up) could turn up at a good price in the sixth over 1300m for $180,000 claimers, and close the six with Walker’s mount FIERY PATH in the seventh over 1820 metres.FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES(2) MISSMYRTLE/GLYDER(3) JON MARSHALL/CONCLUSION(4) MISTER BONES/LOTTERY TICKET(5) TWILIGHT STORM(6) SERIOUS BUSINESS/LIGHT BRIGADE(7) FIERY PATH/STERRI’S CHOICE
Body on Number 63 BeachA post-mortem examination (PME) conducted on 40-year-old Nitender Omewrasingh, whose body was found on the Number 63 Beach, Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) died from shock and haemorrhage, gunshot wound and laceration to the brain.The autopsy was conducted at the Skeldon Hospital Mortuary on Wednesday morning by pathologist, Dr Vivekanand Bridgemohan.The body was found on Monday, clad in a blue vest, a pair of long black track pants and also a pair of black and white boots. The discovery was made by ranksDead: Nitender Omewrasinghon a routine patrol in the area at about 16:20h. A spent shell and a cellphone were found next to the body. This publication understands that tyre marks were also seen next to the body. He was later identified as Singh and was implicated in a cocaine bust on January 8, 2019 by Surinamese authorities. Some 2300 kilograms of cocaine with an estimated street value of US$200 million was found in rice in a canter truck, which was intercepted at Jules Sedney Haven by the narcotics brigade of Suriname.Meanwhile, a source close to the investigation told this publication that several persons in the area submitted footage from their surveillance cameras as Police continue their probe.On January 9, the AFP had reported that Suriname Police made the biggest drug seizure in the country’s history.“The biggest bust ever was around 1300 kilograms and this is likely to be more,” said Suriname’s Prosecutor General, Roy Baidjnath Panday.The drug was hidden between sacks of rice and destined for the French overseas territory of Guadeloupe, from where it was to be exported to the French mainland.
1 Ten-man Watford kept up the heat on Championship table-toppers Nottingham Forest with a thrilling 4-2 win over Huddersfield at Vicarage Road.Troy Deeney celebrated signing a new four-year deal with the Hornets by opening the scoring on 15 minutes but the hosts were pegged back when Harry Bunn levelled moments after the restart.Both sides again traded blows with Almen Abdi putting Watford ahead and Murray Wallace’s header restoring parity.The game appeared to swing in the Terriers’ favour when Gabriel Tamas received a second yellow, but the Hornets rallied and Keith Andrews struck before Abdi notched his brace late on to wrap up the three points.In the day’s early kick-off, Forest ensured they remained a point clear at the top of the table with a battling 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday – Henri Lansbury first-half header’s proving decisive.Elsewhere, Wolves leapfrogged Norwich into third, comfortably beating Blackburn 3-1 to go level on points with Watford in second.Nouha Dicko’s header and Bakary Sako’s free-kick had the hosts 2-0 up before half-time, but a Jordan Rhodes penalty offered Rovers some hope.However, Sako then notched his brace just ten minutes later to make it four wins in five for the newly promoted side.Relegated Premier League outfits Fulham and Cardiff clashed at Craven Cottage but had to make do with a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw.Tim Hoogland’s header put Felix Magath’s side ahead but they were pegged back by Kenwyne Jones on 55 minutes.Elsewhere, Lewis Grabban threatened to upset his former club Bournemouth when he put Norwich 1-0 up, only for Callum Wilson to salvage a point with a sweet equaliser deep into first-half stoppage time.Managerless Leeds showed no signs of a hangover after sacking David Hockaday as Stephen Warnock’s drive was enough to see off Bolton 1-0.Reading also chalked up a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, Simon Cox finding the only goal of the game after just seven minutes at the Riverside Stadium.Wigan celebrated the biggest victory of the day, easily crushing Birmingham 4-0.Callum McManaman notched a brace either side of an Andrew Taylor strike, while Martyn Waghorn made it four on 77 minutes with a beautiful finish.But it was not such a sweet day for rock bottom Blackpool, who are still without a point this season as they suffered a fifth straight defeat, losing 2-1 at Millwall.Scott McDonald and Scott Malone put the Lions in front until Nile Ranger grabbed a consolation.Brentford moved up to eighth with an impressive 2-0 triumph at Rotherham with both goals coming at the end of each half.Andre Gray struck first for the visitors and Nick Proschwitz made sure of the points deep into injury time.Lastly, Lewis Dunk’s late header rescued Brighton a point in a 2-2 draw with Charlton Athletic at the Amex Stadium.The defender had earlier grabbed the first of a suprising brace to cancel out Igor Vetokele’s opener.The Addicks thought they had nicked all three points when Vetokele grabbed his second on 75 minutes but up popped Dunk late on to send Brighton supporters into raptures. Watford’s Almen Abdi celebrates
Group stageFrance had a helping hand from the video assistant referee (VAR) in their World Cup opener and a dash of good fortune when Paul Pogba’s effort deflected off Australia’s Aziz Behich and into the net to seal a 2-1 win. A low-key 1-0 victory against Peru put them in a prime position to qualify and a 0-0 draw against Denmark ensured they topped their group.Last 16A 4-3 win against Lionel Messi’s Argentina was one of the standout matches of the tournament. Goals from Angel Di Maria and Gabriel Mercado cancelled out an early Antoine Griezmann penalty before Benjamin Pavard struck a wonderful equaliser and teenager Kylian Mbappe scored twice. A late Sergio Aguero goal was not enough to save Argentina.Quarter-finalFrance had far too much quality for a Uruguay side missing in-form forward Edinson Cavani, winning 2-0. Defender Raphael Varane headed France ahead towards the end of the first half and Griezmann scored thanks to a terrible error by goalkeeper Fernando Muslera.Semi-finalFrance knew they had a tough job on their hands to contain a Belgium side boasting Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku but for the second consecutive match they kept a clean sheet. Samuel Umtiti scored the winner in the second half from Griezmann’s corner to take the team through to their third World Cup final as 1-0 winners.CroatiaGroup stageLuka Modric scored a magnificent goal as Croatia crushed Argentina 3-0 © AFP/File / Martin BERNETTICroatia were one of only three teams in Russia to win all three of their group matches, beating Nigeria 2-0 in their opener and Iceland 2-1 in their final game. But their standout performance came in their second match, when they swept aside two-time winners Argentina 3-0 to make a huge statement of intent.Last 16Goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was the hero, saving three penalties in the shootout as Croatia squeezed past Denmark. Earlier, they had conceded a goal in the opening minute but hit back quickly to equalise through Mario Mandzukic. Luka Modric missed a penalty shortly before the end of extra-time but Croatia survived.Quarter-finalCroatia looked like they would have too much quality for a solid but limited Russia side but were again taken to extra-time and penalties. Goals from Andrej Kramaric and Domagoj Vida cancelled out a Denis Cheryshev opener but Croatia watched in agony as Mario Fernandes snatched a late equaliser. Ivan Rakitic struck the decisive penalty to send his side through to the semi-finals.Semi-finalCroatia were again forced to dig deep against England. Zlatko Dalic’s side looked in deep trouble after conceding a early goal in Moscow but regrouped to equalise midway through the second half. Despite dominating the second period they were unable to force a winner until deep into extra-time, when Mandzukic struck to break English hearts and win the match 2-1.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Griezmann scored the first penalty to be awarded by VAR in World Cup history against Australia © AFP/File / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jul 14 – France play Croatia in the World Cup final at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday. Here is each team’s path to the showpiece match.France
Tottenham target Vincent Janssen in action for AZ Alkmaar Wolfsburg have joined Tottenham in the race for AZ Alkmaar star Vincent Janssen.The striker was on fire in the Dutch league last season and finished the campaign with an impressive haul of 31 goals in all competitions.Unsurprisingly Europe’s top clubs are now circling the 22-year-old and he looks set to leave this summer.?Tottenham have already made an approach, while Ajax are hopeful they can persuade Janssen to stay in the country.But now both clubs will have to contend with the presence of Wolfsburg after their sporting director, Klaus Allofs, confirmed they have held talks with the forward.“We’ve got a few options. We’ve talked to Janssen. We are not the only club in the market for him,” Allofs told Kicker. 1
I could have sworn I left a cup of tea here with this scone! Locals enjoy the craic at Pat McCarry’s house in aid of the Donegal branch of the Alzheimer’s Society. ALL PICS BY KIND PERMISSION OF MOSES ALCORNThese ladies are looking well at the tea party in Creeslough. PAT PUTS ON THE TEA FOR THE ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY IN CREESLOUGH – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: August 9th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Alzheimer’s SocietyCreesloughdonegalPat McCarry
Things just get better and better for Donegal boxer Jason Quigley.The elite Irish boxer won his second bout in less than 24 hours to prove why many people are already tipping him for Olympic success.The Ballybofey boxer put in yet another superb performance to completely dominate his bout against Michal Kowalczik of Poland by a unanimous decision of 3-0 this evening. Only yesterday the 75kg powerhouse recorded the same unanimous win over Adriani Vastine of France at the tournament in Berck, France.The international victories come in a week which has seen the Finn Valley ABC man sign a sponsorship deal with SKY Sports.Quigley said recently that he aim is to qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016.Quigley posted a message on his Facebook page tonight to say that he is “buzzing” after his second victory in just 24 hours In total the Irish elite team won an impressive 13 out of the 15 bouts they took part in.Irish team manager Joe Hennegan accepted the Best Nation trophy on behalf of the squad at tonight’s session.The team will arrive home in Ireland tomorrow (SUN) at 4.30pm. STYLISH QUIGLEY DOES THE DOUBLE IN 24 HOURS! was last modified: September 1st, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
A tree blocks the road in Raphoe after it was blown down this evening. Pic by Colin Nee.Donegal is being battered by stormy conditions tonight.Although Met Eireann did not include the county in its red alert warning, damage has already been caused.A tree has blown down across the road between Raphoe and Tullyvinney while there are reports of other trees coming down in other parts of the county. In Ardsbeg, Gortahork, more than 60 homes are without electricity after a power outage.And 81 home lost power in Bundoran – and the main storm hasn’t even hit the county yet.It follows an incident earlier at Donegal Airport in which lightning struck the airport damaging vital equipment.Flights in and out of the Airport at Carrickfin were cancelled today and tomorrow morning. People are being advised to take extreme care on the roads across the county and avoid journeys if not entirely necessary.Winds are due to pick up again overnight, when the main storm arrives.If you have any reports of damage please email them to email@example.com STORM ALERT: TREES DOWN AND POWER OUTAGES ACROSS DONEGAL THIS EVENING was last modified: December 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalDonegal AirportlightningRaphoestormtree blown downwind
A terrible mistake by Petr Cech left Chelsea trailing at the interval against promoted Reading.Frank Lampard put the European champions ahead with a 17th-minute penalty after Eden Hazard had been brought down by Chris Gunter.But former Fulham man Pavel Pogrebnyak equalised with a brilliant header into the far corner from Garath McLeary’s right-wing cross.And the Royals went ahead when Danny Guthrie’s tamely-struck free-kick, which was hit straight at Cech, ended up in the net after being woefully fumbled by the Chelsea keeper.Chelsea’s opener was richly deserved as they had dominated the early stages, with Hazard dragging a shot wide after being put through by Juan Mata, and Ramires having an effort saved by Royals keeper Adam Federici after racing on to Branislav Ivanovic’s pass.Reading initially continued to look vulnerable after going behind – not least when Fernando Torres nutmegged Gunter and skipped away from Kaspars Gorkss before being stopped by Alex Pearce’s last-ditch challenge.However. two goals in the space of five minutes left Stamford Bridge stunned – and Chelsea with work to do in the second half.See also:The Chelsea v Reading quizFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook