North to get new ‘Stockley Park’

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Shkodran Mustafi drops a cryptic hint over his Arsenal future on Instagram amid transfer speculation

first_imgShkodran Mustafi drops a cryptic hint over his Arsenal future on Instagram amid transfer speculation Advertisement Advertisement Comment Shkodran Mustafi is back at Arsenal for pre-season training (Picture: Getty)Throughout his time in England, Mustafi has been criticised by supporters for his performances and the pressure was piled on him after he was at fault for all three of Crystal Palace’s goals during their shock 3-2 win over Arsenal in April.More: 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 CityDespite being made available for transfer, though, Mustafi insisted in May that he would be remaining with Arsenal next season, telling Kicker: ‘It is odd that there are always transfer speculations. I am an Arsenal player and have a contract until 2021.’Mustafi isn’t the only Arsenal player dropping subtle hints over his future on Instagram after Alexandre Lacazette posted a picture of himself at the club’s training ground on Saturday with the location set to ‘My Home’ following reports he could join Atletico Madrid.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenalcenter_img Metro Sport ReporterSunday 7 Jul 2019 10:11 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link429Shares Shkodran Mustafi could leave Arsenal this summer (Picture: Getty)Shkodran Mustafi has dropped a hint that he could be on the move this summer after removing ‘Player for Arsenal’ in his Instagram bio.The 27-year-old is available for transfer following a string of high-profile gaffes and despite featuring regularly last season, Unai Emery has reportedly informed the Arsenal board to get rid of the defender.Although Arsenal are keen to offload Mustafi and get his reported £90,000 weekly pay off their wage bill, there is yet to be any concrete interest in the Germany international who cost the club £35m from Valencia in 2016.Nevertheless, Mustafi’s recent Instagram activity suggests a move might well happen. Not only did Mustafi change his bio, he also updated his profile picture removing one of him wearing an Arsenal shirt.ADVERTISEMENT📱| #AFCShkodran Mustafi has just removed his Arsenal profile picture and removed “Player for Arsenal” from his Instagram bio. 🤔IG: [ShkodranMustafi]— afcSource™ (@afcSource) July 6, 2019 AdvertisementAdvertisementFollowing Arsenal’s failure to qualify for the Champions League for the third year running, Emery has been forced to work with a reduced transfer budget this summer, reportedly between just £40-45m and in order to boost that figure, he’ll have to sell players.Mustafi is one of the players that Arsenal are particularly keen to get rid of, however, the 2014 World Cup winner could have a shortage of takers following three error-strewn seasons in north London.last_img read more

Corrections Employee Week, 2018

first_img Proclamations,  Public Safety WHEREAS, Pennsylvania’s correctional system is the oldest in the nation, evolving from the establishment of Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Jail in 1773 and the Eastern Penitentiary in 1829; andWHEREAS, the “Pennsylvania System,” as it became known, was the leading influence in the development of penology throughout the 19th Century and the forerunner of modern corrections; andWHEREAS, today, Pennsylvania faces continued difficult challenges in corrections. With 24 state correctional institutions, one motivational boot camp, a training academy, 11 community corrections centers and 32 contract facilities, 63 county prisons and jails and 15 federal facilities and offices, our correctional facilities house approximately 95,000 inmates; andWHEREAS, the secure and safe operation and management of those facilities rests in the hands of nearly 31,000 trained, skilled and dedicated corrections professionals. They are corrections administrators, corrections officers, counselors, treatment specialists, educators, clerical support staff, business administrators and purchasing agents, personnel and labor relations specialists, reentry specialists, social workers, clergy, medical professionals, food service specialists, computer technicians, planners and research analysts and skilled craftspeople upon whose skills, efficiency and professionalism the functions of the Pennsylvania correctional system depends;WHEREAS, although each of these dedicated professionals work in a different field and specialize in a specific area, all are committed to a common goal: the secure, safe and humane operation of our Commonwealth’s correctional facilities where employees work to reduce future crime through the delivery of programs to change an individual’s criminal behavior.THEREFORE, I, Tom Wolf, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby proclaim, May 6-12, 2018, as CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEE WEEK in Pennsylvania. I encourage all Pennsylvanians to recognize the vital role these dedicated professionals play in ensuring the effective operation of our correctional system in the interest of public safety.GIVEN under my hand and the Seal of the Governor, at the City of Harrisburg, this twenty seventh day of March two thousand eighteen, the year of the commonwealth the two hundred forty-second.TOM WOLFGovernorRead full text of the proclamation below. You can also view the proclamation on Scribd and as a PDF.Governor Wolf Proclamation — Corrections Officer Week, 2018 by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd May 07, 2018 Corrections Employee Week, 2018center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Odion Ighalo to work towards Man Utd stay plans

first_img Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Best Cars Of All TimePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body8 Shows That Overstayed Their Welcome7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBest Car Manufacturers In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical Ighalo admitted it was a dream come true to sign for his beloved Red Devils, after the deal was confirmed. After only spending a few weeks at the club, Ighalo has now already admitted that he’d like to make the move permanent. Read Also:Odion Ighalo ready to partner Anthony Martial in Manchester United’s attack When asked if he’d like to stay at Old Trafford, he said: “Of course, should I get the opportunity.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Odion Ighalo has promised to intensify efforts toward obtaining a permanent stay with Manchester United. Odion with United manager Solskjaer The Nigerian said he would welcome the chance to sign permanently with the club. Ighalo joined the club from Shanghai Shenhua on transfer deadline day, in a six-month loan deal.Advertisementcenter_img Loading… last_img read more

Identity released of man arrested after altercation

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — Greensburg Police have released the identity of the man arrested over the weekend after a standoff with officers.Police say, Albert Noah, 60, of Greensburg, was arrested on charges of Aggravated Battery, Disarming a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted Strangulation, Domestic Battery, and Intimidation.According to police, the victim at the hospital told officers that there were numerous hunting weapons in the house.Police say, when officers arrived at Noah’s residence, they made contact with him, and requested for him to step outside.According to police, he refused, and the Decatur County tactical team was dispatched.State Police negotiators made contact with him, and he came outside, but then attempted to go back inside, and police followed him in.Police say while they were trying to arrest him, he grabbed an officer’s rifle and attempted to pull it towards himself.Police say Noah threatened to assault the arresting officers.According to police, force was used to place Noah in handcuffs, and he was transported to the Decatur County Memorial Hospital for evaluation.Officers served a search warrant and found numerous weapons that police say didn’t belong to Noah.last_img read more

Martin O’Neill wants to see self-belief from his Republic of Ireland side

first_img He said: “I’d take my chance in the play-offs if we can get into them. Who knows what might materialise? “We have got two very difficult games coming up. We are playing the world champions, players who are playing Champions League football on a regular basis, players who have won a World Cup, players who have got the experience of going away from home and dealing with any given situation, and they are improving. “And we are playing Poland, who are very, very strong. We are playing Poland away from home, two difficult games. “Does that mean that we just give up? Absolutely not. We are going to go and show a bit of fighting spirit and a bit of ability and a bit of self-belief – which is very, very important – a bit of self-belief to know that when you have the ball, as we will have the ball at certain stages, that we try to manoeuvre it because we will get a chance to play. “The Germans are very, very good, but does that mean it’s impossible? Absolutely not. We have a challenge on our hands and we have the desire to deal with that challenge.” Ireland will be without first-choice full-back Seamus Coleman because of a hamstring injury and suspended midfield duo Glenn Whelan and James McClean for a fixture which could bring back bad memories for some members of the squad. In October 2012, the Germans trounced the Republic 6-1 in a World Cup qualifier in Dublin to push then manager Giovanni Trapattoni to the brink, although he ultimately survived a major crisis which nevertheless sowed the seeds of his departure. However, skipper Robbie Keane insists a black night for Irish football will not be on his mind this time around. Martin O’Neill admits he would settle for a Euro 2016 play-off place now as he prepares to send his Republic of Ireland team into battle with Germany and Poland. Keane said: “No, certainly not. We have got a different management staff, we have had new players come in. I’m certainly not one of those players who looks back. “We have a squad of players here now that is quite capable of getting something against the Germans. They are still a fantastic team, but they certainly have a few flaws in the team. “It’s going to be a difficult game, but the players are certainly not thinking about what happened against Germany the last time, there’s no question about that. “We are fully-focussed on Thursday’s game and nothing else.” It has been an eventful few days for 35-year-old Keane, who became a father for the second time on Monday evening and then dashed across the Atlantic to meet up with his international team-mates. Assistant manager Roy Keane appeared nonplussed when asked about the LA Galaxy frontman’s availability as a result, suggesting to much hilarity that it would not be a problem as long as he was not breastfeeding. The younger man’s response was equally irreverent. Ireland’s record goalscorer said: “He’s used to it because he’s got bigger t**s than me”, before adding: “”I’ll be ready to go. I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t.” Victory over either side would guarantee Ireland at least third place in Group D and a crack at making next summer’s finals in France, while automatic qualification is not a mathematical impossibility. They could still get there even if they lose both games as they enjoy a four-point advantage over closest rivals Scotland, but O’Neill is refusing to accept that they cannot do the job themselves ahead of Thursday night’s clash with the Germans at the Aviva Stadium. Press Associationlast_img read more

Local high school employee accused of having child porn at work

first_imgA local charter high school employee was arrested after police say he downloaded child porn onto his computer at work.Agents with the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children task force located an IP address on July 16 that had accessed videos of child pornography, according to PBSO.PBSO said that the IP address was from Renaissance Learning Academy in Palm Beach County.Police executed a search warrant at the school Monday where detectives made contact with 56-year-old Timothy Scott, the facilities manager.Digital forensics searched Scott’s work computer and found 15 videos depicting the sexual abuse of a child, along with at least ten images of child porn, according to PBSO.Two files “depicted infant children being sexually abused by an adult male,” according to the arrest report.Scott denied having any knowledge of the child porn files but told police he was the sole user of his password-protected work computer.Scott is facing 15 counts of possession of obscene material depicting sexual performance by a child.A judge set his bond at $150,000 and banned him from contacting all schools or anyone under the age of 18.last_img read more

Nigeria’s Sports to Resume from Covid-19 Lockdown with Non-combat Games

first_imgDuro IkhazuagbeSporting activities shut down early March this year to curb the spread of the Covi-19 pandemic in the country are to resume any moment from now.However, until the Federal Government gives the go-ahead, the sector will remain under locks and keys. The biggest casualty of the lockdown of sports activities was the 20th National Sports Festival scheduled to hold between late March and early April in Benin City, Edo State and the country’s topflight league, the NPFL.Speaking on a Voice of Nigeria (VON) radio programme, Issues in the News yesterday, Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr. Sunday Dare, said that plans have reached an advanced stage on how to open up the space for sports to return after nearly four months lockdown.The minister however insisted that non-combat sports like table tennis, tennis, badminton and track & field will be amongst the first set to return from the forced holiday due to the pandemic.“We hope that our athletes can get back to action soon with non-combat sports first to return.Dare was however non-committal on exact date set for the return of sporting activities.“Although no date has been set, but we must submit to the Covid-19 protocols in line with the practice all over the world,” stressed the minister.While admitting that all health protocols must be observed by athletes and officials, he didn’t state if fans would be allowed to also return to the stands.“We have submitted our (health) protocol and hopefully, our athletes would soon be back to compete,” concludes the minister.Despite 18 out of the 20 football clubs in the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) voting to end the 2019/20 football season based on the Points Per Goal (PPG) system adopted globally, the League Management Company (LMC) and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have been unable to make a definitive statement on it.Both the NFF and LMC are believed to be waiting for the directives of the Sports Ministry and the Federal Ministry of Health in conjunction with the PTF on Covid-19 before making any pronouncements.It is however doubtful if the clubs will accept anything contrary to what the Club Owners’ Association unanimously adopted at their last virtual meeting with the league organizers.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Sunday-Darelast_img read more

USC officially breaks ground for Fertitta Hall

first_imgOn Friday, USC hosted the groundbreaking ceremony for Jill and Frank Fertitta Hall, a new building for the Marshall School of Business.The hall, which is scheduled to be completed by May 2016, will be located at the southeast corner of the University Park campus at the intersection of Figueroa Street and Exposition Drive. It will open in time for classes beginning in the fall semester of 2016.The Fertitta family donated the lead gift for the 102,000-square-foot, five-story building. The cost of the building has not been disclosed.Frank Fertitta, a USC alumnus who graduated from Marshall in 1984, is the owner of Fertitta Entertainment, a company that develops and manages resorts and casinos, and of Station Casinos, the largest provider of gaming entertainment in Southern Nevada.“He would end the meeting every single time with, ‘If you need something, call me.’ And that is a perfect example of the Trojan family,” Marshall Dean James Ellis said of Fertitta during his speech.“When [President C. L.] Max [Nikias] and [Ellis] approached me with the possibility of helping out on a new building for undergraduate students, Jill and I immediately recognized the significance of the opportunity and what it would mean to the school,” Fertitta said during the ceremony.Fertitta said that education was an important part of his philanthropic efforts.“The two of us feel very fortunate to be able to make a gift to the Marshall School of Business that will help improve the educational environment and give the undergraduate students a home they can call their own.,” Fertitta said. “I think a world-class business school like USC deserves to have a world-class facility, and that’s what today is all about with the ground breaking.”Fertitta Hall aims to expand and modernize Marshall’s student experience. The building is expected to increase the school’s undergraduate student capacity by nearly one-third.According to the building’s information page on Marshall’s website, the hall will contain 20 classrooms and two lecture halls that can accomodate up to 149 students each. All the classrooms will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology including cameras that support interactive web conferencing with guest speakers.“It’s fabulous, one of the things to walk around and see is all of these fabulous new buildings we have, and what Fertitta Hall is going to do for the business school is transformative,” Amy Ross, president of the Alumni Association Board of Governors, said at the end of the ceremony.Sophia Doyle, a sophomore majoring in business administration, was among the Marshall students at the event. She gave a speech in praise of Fertitta Hall as a home to Marshall’s undergraduate students that will continue to foster a spirit of entrepreneurialism.“I have an idea, [and] Fertitta Hall will give me a place to go and build it,” Doyle said.last_img read more