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Barcelona defender Gerard Pique returns to the Spain squad

first_img Elsewhere, Del Bosque had no issue with including Chelsea striker Diego Costa, despite Jose Mourinho suggesting the player’s hamstrings would benefit from a break.  “He has played a lot of games with us; he is a player who is and will be very useful.” “Costa is playing in all of the matches [for Chelsea],” Del Bosque explained. The Barcelona defender was left out of La Roja’s last squad due to injury and hasn’t played a great deal since, but Del Bosque had no problem including him in his plans. However, Munir El Haddadi has dropped off the list and returned to form part of the Spain U21 squad. CEST Sport EN “If he is coming [with Spain] it is because he is fine.” Upd. at 18:24 Gerard Pique has been recalled to the Spain squad by Vicente del Bosque for the upcoming matches against Slovakia and Luxembourg.  “We only look at the sporting aspect of Pique,” the Spain coach explained. “They are players who will spend may years with the seleccion,” Del Bosque finished. Finally, Valencia’s Rodrigo and Bayern Munich’s Juan Bernat were the two players called up to the Spain squad for the first time. 03/10/2014 There were also call ups for Pique’s Barça teammates Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba, Andres Iniesta and Pedro Rodriguez.last_img read more

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Mallard’s Team of the Week — Nelson Bantam Reps

first_imgThe Nelson Bantams are gearing up to host the 2017/18 British Columbia Bantam Tier Three Hockey Championships, which runs from March 18th – 22nd.Ten teams from each of the nine districts across BC and the Yukon are slated to attend the five-day tourney.The tournament is a terrific economic generator for the host community, drawing hundreds of families, friends and young athletes for a week, or more. Mallard’s Source for sports would like to wish the Nelson Bantams continued success as the players prepare for the tourney with Team of the Week honours.The Nelson Bantams include, Joseph Surina, Kyle Kooznetsoff, Dylan Mowery, Seamus Boyd, Noah Quinn, Bryce Sookro, Ethan Bennett, Simon Forrester, Kaleb Percival, Joseph Davidson, Alexander Andersen, Dylan Watts, Mason Ouchi, Rhett Hamilton, Koby Upper and Drake Proctor.last_img read more

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County Minor A Hurling Final Podcast

first_imgAudio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/7n5zsx/2018_Minor_Hurling_Final.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Listen back to live commentary of Sunday’s County Minor A hurling final where Clarinbridge defeated Castlegar 0-17 to 1-6 in Pearse Stadium with Niall Canavan and Cyril Donnellan…last_img

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Colby Hornet girls grab win at Columbus

first_imgBy Hub City Times staffMARSHFIELD – The Colby Hornet girls basketball team grabbed a healthy, 26-14, lead by halftime of the Nov. 20 matchup with the Columbus Dons in Marshfield. The Hornets were able to maintain that lead through the second half, grabbing a 54-34 win against the Dons.Columbus freshman Dorci Walker and junior Addie Baierl were leading scorers for Columbus, with eight each. Senior Maren Seefluth followed with seven.Senior Ashley Streveler scored 19 for the Hornets, netting five 3-pointers in the game. Senior Vanessa Lopez was second for Colby, with 10.last_img read more

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Milan escape route for Demiral?

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Milan could reportedly offer Juventus defender Merih Demiral an escape route in January. Demiral has played just one competitive match for Juve since arriving from Sassuolo over the summer, despite injuries to Giorgio Chiellini and Matthijs de Ligt. With that in mind, the Turk may decide to jump ship this winter and Goal.com’s Romeo Agresi writes Milan could soon revive their interest. The Rossoneri tried to take the Turk before his stay in Turin was confirmed in August, offering €35m for his services. They have problems in central defence, with Mateo Musacchio struggling for consistency, Leo Duarte tried out more at right-back and Mattia Caldara still a mystery.last_img read more

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Atalanta fury in Samp stalemate

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Atalanta were angry with the referee after a 0-0 draw with Sampdoria, as Ruslan Malinovskyi was sent off and Alex Ferrari avoided a red. Click here for the full match report. OR See how all today’s Serie A games unfolded on the Liveblog.last_img

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Art Briles’ Daughter Posts Lengthy Note On Facebook About Her Dad’s Firing From Baylor

first_imgFacebook post by Staley Lebby about Art Briles.Staley Lebby“I just stopped crying long enough to be able to write this.” That’s how Art Briles’ daughter, Staley, began her lengthy note on Facebook regarding her father’s firing from Baylor. It was announced earlier today that Briles, who had been the head coach of the Bears’ football team since 2008, was being fired amid the program’s sexual assault scandal. Here’s her full note. Art Briles daughter, Staley Lebby, posts her thoughts on facebook about her father’s firing at #Baylor. pic.twitter.com/TbCq4iEGWS— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) May 26, 2016Staley Lebby is married to Jeff Lebby, the Bears’ passing game coordinator and running backs coach. It is unclear if he will remain on staff. She is not alone in her feelings about Briles’ firing, either. Many Baylor players took to Twitter to express their dissatisfaction with the school’s decision.last_img read more

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Bouncyhouse owner says NS red tape preventing him from running his business

first_imgHALIFAX – A Nova Scotia children’s entertainment company owner says provincial red tape has left his bouncy houses uninflated, as he waits to get the safety course he needs to operate.In an interview Friday, Lonnie Dugas of Brookfield, N.S., said he bought the business last fall and was told by the former owner that he would need to take the Labour Department’s elevator lifts safety course.Dugas said he immediately got his name on a waiting list for the course, which is run through the Nova Scotia Community College, but has been told it wouldn’t be run until there are enough people to take it.He said he has heard little back from the Labour Department in the meantime.“I tried to contact the elevators and lifts people to find out if there are other ways to deal with this. I’m sitting here paying for a loan on a business that I can’t make any money off of.”Dugas said it’s a classic case of red tape hurting the little guy.“You want to run a reputable business, you want to have your insurance and registration and you don’t want to be subject to fines,” he said. “If I just go out and start advertising everywhere government would step in.”Dugas said he was told by the former owner that the course consists of an instructor reading from a set of Duo-Tangs followed by a written test. He said if that’s the case he doesn’t understand why there aren’t online options.Dugas said his frustration led him to contact his local Progressive Conservative member of the legislature, Larry Harrison, to see what could be done. Harrison brought up Dugas’ plight during the legislature’s question period on Friday.Labour Minister Labi Kousoulis later told reporters that the department was unaware of the complaint and had no record of contact with Dugas.“We have offered this course three times in the last year and we will be offering it again,” said Kousoulis. “We will be reaching out to this individual and making sure that he knows when the next course is and I will make sure that it happens in a timely manner.”But in a check back with Dugas, he told The Canadian Press that he had exchanged emails with a department official named Peter McClare. The contact was later confirmed by a department spokeswoman although she said they could only find one text message.She also said Dugas would be offered the course immediately, regardless of whether the eight people needed for a course to begin are registered.To add to the confusion, department officials also said the course Dugas needs is actually an amusement safety course, which they will soon have online for easier access.They said a total of three such safety courses are typically run in the spring — between March and June — when many amusement companies begin their seasons.last_img read more

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Govt retains GPF interest rate at 8 for AprilJune

first_imgNew Delhi: The government has retained the interest rate for General Provident Fund (GPF) and other related schemes at 8 per cent for the April-June quarter. The rate is in line with that of Public Provident Fund. The interest rate on GPF was at 8 per cent in the January-March quarter of 2018-19. “It is announced for general information that during the year 2019-20, accumulations at the credit of subscribers to the GPF and other similar funds shall carry interest at the rate of 8 per cent with effect from April 1 to June 30, 2019,” a Department of Economic Affairs notification said. The interest rate will be applicable on provident funds of central government employees, railways and defence forces. Last month, the government also retained interest rates on small savings, including National Savings Certificate (NSC) and PPF for the first quarter of current fiscal.last_img read more

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Delhi Police launches helpline to prevent lynching mob violence

first_imgNew Delhi: In order to ensure action into complaints of mob violence and lynching, Delhi Police has launched a new helpline number 155270. This number would be operatinal 24*7. Any person aggrieved or a witness can report any such incident to this round the clock helpline number.This helpline number has been introduced in compliance to the directions of Apex Court that a response system may be introduced to deal with such acts and to prevent the instances of loss of life and public as well as private properties during incidents of mob violence. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSeveral people have lost their lives across the country due to mob lynching. The new helpline number means the law enforcement agencies would be dealing with the reported cases more seriously and it would be monitored round the clock by Police control room. Also, another helpline number 155271 has been launched to receive calls related to Noise Pollution in Delhi. Noise pollution or sound pollution is a menace which effects physical as well as psychological health of an individual. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsIn order to provide relief from Noise Pollution, this new help line number has been introduced, so that public can lodge complaints of sound pollution like DJ’s, loud speakers, public address system, sound amplifiers, generators of 5 KV or more, construction equipment like marble cutting machine operating between 10pm to 6am. Action on calls would be taken promptly against any such violators using such sound system, whether fitted on static location or vehicle. This Noise Pollution help line has been introduced in compliance to the directions of Hon’ble NGT, wherein the Hon’ble NGT ordered that effective steps be undertaken to control noise pollution and to sensitize the public about the hazards of sound pollution. These help lines will remain operational 24×7 and will be available to public round the clock and swift action would be taken by PCR vans & local police on calls pertaining to Noise & mob violence.last_img read more

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