The Brazilian club had to accept for the risk that Reinier would start at zero cost in one year and two consolations were sought: a rise in the release figure of 5 million this summer and 40 next January. In any case, the good work of Madrid will prevent, except surprise, that the amount increases from the 30 kilos that now costs the midfielder. 19 The speed of Real Madrid with Reinier Jesus (17 years old) it will be worth it to get ahead of other greats like City, Liverpool or PSG, but also to save a few million. As AS learned from sources of the operation, the clause of the Flamengo pearl will rise from the current 30 to 35 from July and 70 from January 2021. The play is for Madrid, which is waiting for the final fringes (medical examination, signatures …) and that Reinier reaches the age of majority (January 19) to announce his signing for six and a half seasons. And it began to be so auspicious in November 2019, when the boy, who had just finished his contract in 2020, asked as a condition to renew lowering his termination clause. Ask him if not to Jorge Jesus, coach of the champion of the Brasileirao and the Libertadores, who has summed up the situation in his last appearance. “We can’t sell you for 30 million,” lamented in CMTV days ago.
Apparently, Font was in Total disagreement in the way of managing the club in the economic area and in the recent strategic approaches proposed and validated by Schroder. The financial director would have told those responsible, including the economic vice president Enric Tombas, his total disapproval of these plans, even refusing to validate them with his signature. Among them, the project ‘Espai Barça’: where the club has been forced to increase its initial budget from 600 million euros to more than 800 of a stroke.Given the pressures received, Font has decided to submit his resignation, which will be effective as of March 1.The announcement of his resignation has sat like a real bomb within the club, since it was one of the best valued executives in the entity, where he had been working continuously since 2005. Right now Barcelona is a powder magazine about to explode. The institutional and image crisis of the club that lives in the club is unparalleled in the last decade. And the first reactions to so much convulsion have not been made wait. The weekly The triangle announced today the irrevocable resignation of the entity’s financial director, Montserrat Font, as a result of the tensions and divergences when it comes to carrying the club’s treasury with the head of the area, Pancho Schroder, as said media outlet.
Seed germination testing helps seed dealers and farmers to have a glimpse of how the seed will perform in a field when favorable growing conditions are available.Moreover, farmers know that they make a good investment when seeds tested germination rate or percentage is high.Despite, the other laboratory methods used to know seeds’ germination potential, the “Ragdoll Method,” is one common and even cheaper means that Liberian food crop farmers can benefit from.Materials needed to employ this method are; seeds, thread, the towel of handkerchief size and tight tube, stick or pencil.Seed Germination Test Process• Sample selection at random• Composite (mix the samples selected for composite sample)• Select 100 full seeds at random to test for germination but also for big seeds (peanut, soybean, corn) count 50 to test for germination.• Arrange seeds in rows of 10• Wet the towel and allow free water to drip off, afterward lay the wet towel flat and add seeds.• Carefully wrap the cloth around a stick, tight tube or pencil. Also, use the thread to tighten the towel/cloth by wrapping the thread from one end to another.• Submerge ragdoll in water for few seconds• Place the ragdoll in a safe place to avoid rats and birds damage.• In every 24 hours, repeat the submerging activity for three to five days• After 3-5 days check the number of seeds sprouted• Calculate germination percentage by calculating seeds sprouted by dividing it by total seeds used and multiply the dividend by 100. Germination percentage from 80% upward is considered good for planting.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Minister of State Joseph Harmon on Wednesday received a courtesy call from Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of PriceSmart Incorporated, Robert Price, a publicly traded company in the United States, as well as other Board members, who are in Guyana to explore opportunities for investment.In welcoming the team to Guyana, Minister Harmon, who met with the team, said Guyana remains open for business and Government will continue to ensure that the right conditions are put in place to promote Guyana as an investmentFrom left: Brud Drachman, Executive Vice President, PriceSmart Incorporated; Andron Alphonson, the local contact; Leon Janks, Board Member, PriceSmart; Minister of State Joseph Harmon; Robert Price, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors; and David Price, President of PriceSmart Incorporated during the meeting on Wednesdaydestination.“I consider this to be important because anytime we have foreign investors coming to Guyana, we consider that to be an important enough event for the Minister to disrupt his usual schedule to ensure that you understand that we welcome investment in Guyana and that we fully support your investment. It is important enough for me to take time off from Cabinet to meet with you. I want to welcome you and you will find that while we are not as advanced as the other countries where you operate, you will find a willingness on the part of our people to work with you and on the part of the Government to create favourable conditions for businesses to succeed,” he is quoted by the Ministry of Presidency as saying.Price, in an invited comment, said the company is cognisant of the fact that Guyana is poised for a prosperous future and as such, consideration is being given to the setup of a location here. “We are very, very interested in exploring the opportunity of locating PriceSmart in Guyana. We have to do our due diligence but we hope we can eventually have a PriceSmart in Guyana. We have PriceSmart in the English-speaking Caribbean and we think that given the future prosperity in Guyana, that it is time to consider locating here,” he said.Price was accompanied by his son and President of the company, David Price, Executive Vice President Brud Drachman, Leon Janks, Board Member and their local contact, Andron Alphonso.PriceSmart operates 40 membership warehouse clubs in 12 countries and one United States territory.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Fort St. John Huskies are playing a game of “hurry up and wait” in the lead-up to the 2017/2018 NWJHL season.General Manager Jeremy Clothier said that the Huskies are anticipating that 14 to 15 members of last year’s roster will likely be returning this year. Forwards Jacob Lang and Adam Bowie, who ranked 1st and 4th respectively in team scoring last year, won’t be returning this season. Lang has plans to try out for the Prince George Spruce Kings in the BCHL, and is also attending UNBC. Bowie meanwhile is heading to the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Clothier says some players from last season will also be trying out for other Junior ‘A’ teams, while others have decided to return home.Overall, Clothier said that the team is off to a good start ahead of the season. “There’s still some holes to fill, we’re looking to add some skill and scoring because we’re hosting provincials. We’re trying to beef up a little bit and add some depth.” In scouting for new players to join the team this season, he explained that he’s been more selective than in years past, but that as many as 35 players are so far confirmed to be coming to the team’s camp.- Advertisement -Goaltending is one area where Clothier said that the team is looking good already. “Jonathan Bateman is at the Canmore Eagles main camp that weekend, but we have Tavis (Viens) and Brody (Greggain), and Jonny if he doesn’t make it coming back.”As for local players from the Peace Region, he team has committed to Trackers alumnus Cooper Willms, though several other local graduating players are also tryout out for Junior ‘A’, and could also decide to try out for the team if they don’t make the cut at their respective camps.The Huskies training camp starts Friday, September 1st at the Pomeroy Sport Centre at 7:00 p.m.Advertisement
The Dawson Creek RCMP need your help to find a man who escaped from the Dawson Creek psychiatric ward.The RCMP say the male left the hospital in a silver or grey luxury car. The male is described as caucasian, 5’1” and 190 pounds. The male has blonde hair and was last seen wearing a hospital gown and baseball cap.Police believe the male may be traveling towards Hythe or Grande Prairie.- Advertisement -The male is considered dangerous and should not be approached.The RCMP have not released the man’s name or a photo.If you see this person, call 911 immediately. Advertisement
SAN FRANCISCO – A Christian youth rally that drew more than 25,000 people to AT&T Park this weekend met resistance from city leaders and some residents, who questioned the rally’s agenda in this largely liberal, gay-friendly metropolis. The two-day rally, called “Battle Cry for a Generation,” was intended to guide young people away from a popular culture that organizers say glamorizes drugs, violence and sex. Ron Luce, whose Texas-based Teen Mania organization put on the event, said it hopefully would inspire a “reverse rebellion” against corrupting influences such as MTV and the online meeting hub, MySpace.com. The rally, which also will visit Detroit and Philadelphia, featured religious rockers, speakers and the debut of what Luce called a Christian alternative to MySpace.com – at advance ticket prices of $55 and walk-up prices of $199. “This is more than a spiritual war,” said Luce, 44, a Concord native and a President George W. Bush appointee to a federal anti-drug-abuse commission. “It’s a culture war.” Barricades separated Luce’s crowd with counterprotesters about 6 feet away who said the Friday and Saturday event amounted to a “fascist mega-pep rally.” Assemblyman Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, told counterprotesters that while such fundamentalists may be small in number, “they’re loud, they’re obnoxious, they’re disgusting and they should get out of San Francisco.” The resistance didn’t discourage Luce, who said he plans to return to San Francisco next year to chart the progress of his youth movement. Scott Thompson, a youth pastor who attended the Friday gathering, denied any political agenda. “I’m not here to hate anybody,” he said. “This isn’t about Bush or gays or anything other than being here to worship together.”,160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 City leaders readied for the battle earlier this week, when the Board of Supervisors passed a resolution condemning the “act of provocation” by an “anti-gay,” “anti-choice” organization that aimed to “negatively influence the politics of America’s most tolerant and progressive city.” Luce said it was the first time one of his events has been officially condemned. Both sides clashed Friday outside City Hall, where Luce led a pre-Battle Cry gathering of teenagers waving triangular red flags flown from long, medieval-looking poles that went with the event’s military metaphors. “Are you ready to go to battle for your generation?” he asked, to which the crowd roared “yes!” A Battle Cry invitation had made plain the symbolism of gathering at “the very City Hall steps where several months ago, gay marriages were celebrated for all the world to see.”
Danny Mooney certainly shook the shamrock as he just came home ahead of Darren McBrearty to win the Letterkenny 5K around the town yesterday.The following is a list of all those who earned their couple of St Patrick’s Day drinks afterwards!Well done to all. St.Patrick’s Day 5k 2015Place Number Name Cat M/F Club Time1 39 Danny Mooney SM m LAC 15:582 331 Darren Mc Brearty SM m LAC 16:03 3 330 Dan King SM m LAC 16:154 388 Aidan Callaghan SM m LK Tri Club 17:055 51 Natasha Adams SW w LAC 17:076 7 Mark Mcbrearty SM w Lifford AC 17:157 290 Kevin Mcgee M40 m Rosses AC 17:19 8 332 Raymond Birch SM m LAC 17:369 314 Michael Black SM m Finn Valley AC 17:4510 362 Sean Mc Fadden SM m LAC 17:4611 87 Garvan Walker SM m Crossfit 17:47 12 66 Gearoid Mc Geehan SM m LAC 17:5213 11 Mark Diver SM m LAC 18:0814 35 Ronan Dorrian SM m Individual 18:1415 349 Aidan Mc Kenna M40 m LAC 18:3416 338 Patrick Keeney SM m Fit-Hub 18:3817 316 Karl Mc Ginley JM m Finn Valley AC 18:4518 343 Sinead Peoples SW w LAC 18:4619 408 Ben Carr JM m Finn Valley AC 18:5120 295 Ben George M40 m LAC 18:5521 41 Paul Dillon SM m Newtown 19:0822 326 Peter O’ Donnell SM m 24-7 19:1923 299 Joe Mc Carthy M50 m Sparta 19:2224 54 Daniel Cullen SM m LAC 19:2325 318 Sean Crossan M50 m Finn Valley AC 19:2426 64 Ciaran O’ Donnell M40 m LAC 19:2727 281 Colly O’donnell M40 m LAC 19:5228 291 John Mcfadden SM m Individual 20:0829 317 Barry Mackey M50 m LAC 20:1130 386 Conor Farrell JM m LAC 20:1731 335 Paul Cosgrove M40 m LAC 20:1932 352 Frances Judge W50 w LAC 20:2033 395 Garvan Mulligan SM m Individual 20:2134 197 Peter Kardos M40 m Individual 20:2335 337 Liam Tinney SM m 24-7 20:3636 130 Brendan Callaghan SM m Individual 20:4937 322 Gary Neely SM M Individual 20:5038 393 Johnny Patterson SM m Individual 20:5239 124 Michael Kelly SM m Individual 20:5440 122 Stephan Roarty SM m Individual 21:0341 294 Michael Galvin M40 m LAC 21:1342 327 Cathal Morrisan M40 m Individual 21:2343 351 Seamus Gallagher M50 m LAC 21:2744 81 Darren Wasson SM m Individual 21:3045 128 Kevin Toner M50 m LAC 21:3146 69 Brian O’ Donnell SM m Individual 21:3747 5 Noeleen Scanlon SW w Individual +48 304 Chris Mcglynn SM m Individual 21:5649 342 Adrian Marsh M40 m Individual 21:5850 16 John Hughes M50 m LAC 21:5951 321 Jessica Gallagher JW w LAC 22:0152 397 Steven Cunningham SM m Individual 22:0653 320 Kiara Fisher SW w Individual 22:2054 345 Ciaran Doherty SM m Fit-Hub 22:3655 315 Shaun O’donnell M50 m Swanlings 22:4056 111 Eoin Sheehy SM m ind 22:4357 325 Robert Mulligan SM m Individual 22:4958 303 Richard Raymond M50 m LAC 22:5359 151 Cormac Nolan M40 m Individual 23:0160 136 Louis Bradley M50 m Individual 23:0261 387 Jim Farrell M50 m LAC 23:1062 333 Justin Mc Cauley SM m Individual 23:1863 360 Paul Sweeney SM m LAC 23:2064 102 Andrea O’carroll SW w Individual 23:2465 340 Terence Quinn M50 m Raphoe 23:2466 341 Raj Mehan SM m Raphoe 23:2667 113 Fintan Sheehy JM m ind 23:2968 323 Noel Moore SM m Swanlings 23:2969 121 Cormac Sheehy JM m ind 23:3070 312 Neil Barrett SM m Fit-Hub 23:4171 353 Brian Doherty SM m Swanlings 23:4372 348 Pat Mc Kenna W40 w LAC 23:4373 313 Eugene Mcginley M50 m Raphoe 23:5474 30 Dympna Barrett SW w Individual 23:5975 1 Mary Sweeney SW w Individual 24:2876 53 Noel Mc Bride SM m Individual 24:2977 296 Jimmy Mc Bride M50 m Individual 24:3478 28 Frank Mcgettigan M50 m Individual 24:3579 334 Tiegan Smith JW w LAC 24:4680 390 Mary Martin W50 w Finn Valley AC 25:1781 401 Markus Russell JM m Individual 25:2382 336 Angela Doran W40 w Individual 25:2583 305 Martin Hilferty SM m Fit-Hub 25:3984 329 Diver M40 m Individual 25:4085 70 Ciaran Mc Hugh SM m Fit-Hub 25:4186 73 Ann Marie Mc Hugh SW w Fit-Hub 25:4187 346 Wendy Goudie SW w Swanlings 25:5088 324 Gary Price SM m Individual 25:5889 45 Shane Mc Donald JM m Individual 25:5990 409 Hayley Ferry SW w Individual 25:5991 123 Willie Mccourt M50 m ind 26:0192 354 Dean Spencer M40 m Individual 26:0493 359 James Browne M40 m Individual 26:1494 15 Paddy Brennan SM m Individual 26:1595 394 Paul Murray SM m Individual 26:1696 21 Corina Murray SW w Individual 26:1697 402 Angela Trimble W40 w Individual 26:2398 125 Bridgeen Doherty SW w Individual 26:2699 68 Marie Meehan SW w Individual 26:27100 19 Amanda Mcgrath SW w LAC 26:34101 339 Megan Quinn SW w Individual 26:44102 396 Ciaran Kelly SM m Individual 26:47103 328 Gerard Mc Clinton SM m Individual 26:49104 129 Gerry Burke M50 m Individual 26:53105 391 Katie Gavin SW w Individual 27:02106 298 Deirdre Mchugh W40 w LAC 27:03107 34 Declan O’donnell SM m Individual 27:12108 399 Shaunna Gallen SW w Individual 27:12109 61 Sam Faulkner SM m Individual 27:19110 106 Anthony Gildea M40 m Individual 27:29111 33 Fidelna Mullaney SW w Individual 27:34112 104 Liam Haughey M50 m Individual 28:07113 392 Grannie Roche SW w Individual 28:11114 347 Dympna Gallagher SW w Fit for Life 28:34115 400 Vanessa Farnan SW w Individual 28:40116 31 Karen Mclaughlin SW w Individual 28:55117 22 Marie Hegarty Brogan SW w Run For Fun 28:58118 135 Mary Bonner W50 w Individual 29:06119 311 Roisin Devine SW w Individual 29:08120 126 Borbala Takacs SW w Individual 29:39121 80 Michaela Galin w LAC122 308 Eileen Pinder w Individual123 319 Orla Gallagher w Individual124 344 Tara Mc Fadden w Fit-Hub125 6 Ella Hegarty w LAC126 91 Eileen Mc Laughlin w Individual127 356 Paul Mc Clafferty m Individual128 177 Fidelma Mcbrearty w Run For Fun129 389 Marian Cullen w Individual130 385 Aideen Mc Groary w Individual131 363 Ella Gallagher w LAC132 307 Noreen Pinder w Individual133 398 Adrienne Kovacs w Individual134 358 Natasha Mc Bride w Individual135 357 Melissa Mc Bride w Individual136 98 Teresa Mc Crodden w Individual137 55 Mark Lafferty m Individual138 56 Kyle Lafferty m Individual139 355 Anne Spencer w Individual140 361 Olivia Wilson w Individual141 364 Dessie Larkin m Individual142 365 Mary Larkin w Individual143 44 Wendy Mc Donald w Individual144 46 Seana Mcdonald w Individual145 302 Lilly Dillion w Individual146 404 Alicia Brady w Individual147 405 Paul Brady m Individual148 293 Greta Mcbride w Individual149 292 Fiona Mcfadden w Individual150 17 Patricia Mcbride w Individual151 18 Guy Barriscale m Individual152 310 Mairead Pinder w Individual153 309 Frank Jnr Pinder m Individual154 306 Frank Pinder m Individual155 77 Mark Galvin m LAC156 57 Rhona Lafferty w Individual157 58 Natalie Lafferty w Individual158 406 Emmet Rushe m Individual159 407 Marie Rushe w Individual160 74 Patricia Galvin w LAC161 75 Anne Deeny w Individual162 127 Vera Sweeney w Individual163 38 Kathleen Mc Daid w IndividualATHLETICS: MOONEY WINS THE LETTERKENNY ST PATRICK’S DAY 5K was last modified: March 18th, 2015 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:5kathleticsletterkennynewsSport
Maurice and Seamus at the awardsTHERE was a large Donegal presence as the Tir Conaill Harps Gaelic Football Club held their sell-out Awards dinner dance on in the Radisson hotel, Glasgow, at the weekend.Among the guests were Club Chairman Maurice Friel and Club Sponsor Seamus Shields of Advance Construction, both Donegal men.Young person of the year Declan Samson was presented with his award from the Irish Consul in Scotland Susan Conlon. Declan gets his gong! PICTURE SPECIAL FROM THE TIR CHONAILL HARPS GFC AWARDS IN GLASGOW was last modified: May 2nd, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:PICTURE SPECIAL FROM THE TIR CHONAILL HARPS GFC AWARDS IN GLASGOW
The Right2Water group in Donegal are hosting a public meeting in the Station House Hotel, Letterkenny on Wednesday 17th December at 8.15pm.The purpose of the meeting is to discuss a number of issues.They include last Wednesday’s Right2Water Rally in Dublin, issues around the installation of water meters and the media reaction to the Anti-Water Charges Movement. Other issues such as how the group plan around non-payment, and what other tactics does the campaign need to engage to defeat the water charges will also be discussed.All are welcome. For Contact and Information John Duffy 0879966755RIGHT2WATER GROUP TO HOLD MEETING TO DISCUSS LATEST WATER CHARGES SITUATION was last modified: December 15th, 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:chargesletterkennyRight2Water