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Mourinho charged by English FA

first_imgLONDON (AP):Chelsea manager JosÈ Mourinho was charged by England’s Football Association yesterday for accusing Premier League referees of being biased against his team hours after he was given public backing by the club following its disappointing start to the season.Speaking after Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Southampton at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho said referees “are afraid to give decisions for Chelsea”.Imply biasThe FA said in a statement that Mourinho’s remarks constitute improper conduct as they imply bias and bring the game into disrepute. Mourinho has until Thursday to respond to the charge.Earlier, Chelsea took the unusual step of publicly endorsing Mourinho, with the team languishing in 16th place in the 20-team Premier League after winning two of their first eight games. Chelsea have also lost one of their first two group games in the Champions League.”The club wants to make it clear that Jose continues to have our full support,” a Chelsea statement read. “As Jose has said himself, results have not been good enough, and the team’s performances must improve.”However, we believe that we have the right manager to turn this season around and that he has the squad with which to do it.”On Sunday, Liverpool fired manager Brendan Rodgers and Dick Advocaat resigned as Sunderland manager.- APlast_img read more

LeBron ‘obviously’ interested in owning Cavs someday

first_imgKiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James (23) reacts during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in New York. The Nets won 112-107.  AP Photo/Frank Franklin IINetizens have often joked about how LeBron James owns the Cleveland Cavaliers due to his supposed involvement with the franchise’s management decisions.But if everything falls into place, “The King” could actually one day purchase the Ohio-based squad, if current owner Dan Gilbert decides to put it up for sale in the future.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES Last May, James also shared his goals of owning a team upon retirement.READ: NBA: LeBron James bares ownership aspiration upon retirementHowever, those aspirations have to wait, as the four-time NBA MVP still has plenty of basketball left in him, and he hopes to lift the Cavaliers from its slump in the ongoing 2017-2018 NBA regular season.  Khristian Ibarrola /raADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene View comments Bucks’ Kidd fined $15,000 for criticism of officiating Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:22Bongbong Marcos: I’m not interested in Leni’s ouster… She’s not the enemy04:50LeBron James puts on show for ‘unbelievable’ PH fans for 3rd time02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Speaking to Jason Lloyd of The Athletic, the three-time NBA champion once again bared his dream of one day calling the shots as an owner of an NBA franchise.“To be an owner of any team would be crazy,” he said. “If this thing opened up and I’m in a position financially, and I’ve got the right team around me, obviously. “FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogAlthough he certainly welcomes the thought of owning the team that drafted him No. 1 overall in 2003, James knows that the plan remains far-fetched at best at this point.“But who’s to say Dan will (sell)? I’ve always kept it just player/owner at this point. I guess once I come down to that point, if the conversation needed to be had, I’ll have it. But I don’t have it right now,” he explained. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

Celtics run away from Warriors for 128-95 win

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Golden State Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins, center, fouls Boston Celtics’ Aron Baynes, left, as he looks to pass the ball away from Jayson Tatum (0) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)OAKLAND, Calif. — DeMarcus Cousins lost his cool and the Golden State Warriors lost at home in embarrassing fashion once again.Gordon Hayward scored 30 points off the bench, Kyrie Irving had 19 points and 11 assists, and the Boston Celtics ran away from the Warriors early on the way to a 128-95 win Tuesday night in a game that turned testy with the two-time defending champions down big.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Curry provided a bright spot with 23 points and four 3-pointers on a night Splash Brother Klay Thompson sat out with soreness in his right knee.“Klay would have had to play a hell of a game to overcome all that,” coach Steve Kerr said.Kevin Durant scored 18 points but committed five turnovers, while Cousins wound up with 10 points on 4-for-12 shooting — missing all five of his 3-point tries — and nine rebounds to go with four turnovers.The Warriors, who had won the last two meetings with Boston, couldn’t overcome a lackluster first half in which they were outhustled on both ends and faced a daunting 73-48 halftime deficit.“It looked to me like we were jogging up the floor. You can’t play basketball jogging. You’ve got to sprint,” Kerr said. “Your cuts have to be hard. You have to be going all out. We did not go all out and it was embarrassing.”ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lady Tamaraws survive Lady Warriors for 2nd straight win Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra MOST READ Cousins and Terry Rozier received double technicals with 8:44 to play. Cousins was called for his fifth foul on a charge drawn by Aron Baynes, then the fiery Warriors center stood over Baynes in clear frustration. Jayson Tatum bumped Cousins with his right arm and Cousins pushed back with some force, then Rozier entered the fray and he and Cousins traded shoves.“It was silly. It was nothing, absolutely nothing,” Cousins said without elaborating.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsBoogie’s moment summed up an ugly evening of basketball by his team — and fans seeing their final season in the East Bay made a mad dash for the Oracle Arena exits in the closing minutes. It was the Warriors’ fifth home defeat by 20 or more points.“I’d love to have some magic potion and say we can come out and play with better energy and better discipline and kind of rectify it, but we’ve got to, at some point, stop talking about it and figure it out,” Stephen Curry said. Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Tatum scored 17 points for the Celtics, who came in having lost five of six since the All-Star break.“I think we played with purpose all the way through. We were very businesslike the whole night, even at halftime and just now after the game,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. “We know we haven’t played like that enough but It’s encouraging as a reminder that we can.”Golden State missed its initial four shots and fell behind 11-0 as Boston started 5 of 7 before Curry’s jumper at 8:26. The Warriors made five straight shots and used a 12-2 burst to get right back in it.Alfonzo McKinnie started in place of Thompson and contributed seven points in 17 minutes.“It starts with a passion and an anger and an intensity, and it wasn’t there tonight,” Kerr said.Durant responded to that by asking, “I thought we moved off of joy, now anger?” in response to Kerr’s usual message of playing with joy.Then, the two-time reigning Finals MVP challenged everyone.“All around top to bottom, coaches, players, we’ve just got to be better,” he said.TIP-INSCeltics: Boston improved to 6-6 on the road against the Western Conference. … Golden State had snapped the Celtics’ 10-game home winning streak with a 115-111 win on Jan. 26. … The Celtics — who shot 8 for 28 from 3-point range in Sunday’s 115-104 home loss to Houston, including 1 of 13 in the first half — were 14 of 34 from deep and got four 3s from Hayward. Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Warriors: G Shaun Livingston missed the game with neck spasms. … Andre Iguodala, sporting a new look with his head completely shaved, played after dealing with lower back tightness. … C Kevon Looney missed a second straight game with right pelvic soreness. … McKinnie went through an extensive pregame warmup routine behind the scenes after he left against the 76ers with a bruised left hip. … Golden State earned a winning road record for a sixth straight season. … The Warriors added depth by recalling G Jacob Evans III from the G League Santa Cruz Warriors.BAYNES’ MINUTESReserve Boston big man Baynes will remain on a minutes restriction with Boston playing consecutive nights. He returned Sunday against Houston from an 11-game absence because of a bone bruise in his left foot.“He’s on a minutes restriction for the foreseeable future, so 15 max, especially with a back-to-back,” Stevens said. “Right now, our thought is that he would be able to play in both games in the next two nights. We will see how he comes out of tonight.”UP NEXTCeltics: At Kings on Wednesday.Warriors: Host Nuggets on Friday.last_img read more

Two women, toddler released

first_imgKaieteur Park mining clampdown…18 still in custodyBy Lakhram BhagiratCarol Williams and Sabrina D’Santos, along with two-year-old Naziel Williams, residents of Chenapau, in Region Eight, who had been detained at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Headquarters at Eve Leary during the clampdown on illegal mining in the Kaieteur National Park, were released on Monday night.At about noon last Saturday, officers from the Guyana Police Force, the Guyana Defence Force and the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) rounded up some 21 persons — 18 adult males, two females and a two-year-old child — who allegedly were mining in the Kaieteur National Park, a designated no-mining zone that is protected under the Laws of Guyana. They were taken into custody, and were forced to spend Saturday night in the backdam before being brought out to Georgetown on Sunday evening.Carol Williams with her son Naziel and Sabrina D’Santos after being released by CID officersThe two females and the toddler were released from police custody at about 18:30h on Monday, but the 18 males were still detained up to press time. They are being represented by Attorney-at-Law Mark Conway.“They catch we when we did coming out of the backdam. They reach we on the line and they make we go back till near the backdam, and we had to spend whole afternoon, whole night there on Saturday. They said that we were in the (Kaieteur National) Park, but we were out of the Park,” D’Santos related.She said the detainees were brought to Georgetown in the same clothes they were wearing when detained, and none of them has had a shower since Saturday last.Dredge owner Susan RahamanThese women each cook for a mining camp, and both vehemently deny that they were mining in the Park. Williams was released into the custody of the Amerindian Peoples Association (APA) Chairperson Laura George on Sunday night because she had her toddler son with her.Legal OperationsDredge owner Susan Rahaman has told the Guyana Times that she legally operates two dredges in the area, and that the officers had gone into the backdam and brought out seven of her employees, including her son, George D’Abreau.“We just have rumours coming out that the people that gone in there — the police and soldiers — break down camps, break up all the engines, (and) throw them overboard in the water. We are waiting on these people to get the full details on what really transpired,” Rahaman related.She added that concerned persons are restricted from communicating with those in custody, and accordingly do not know what really had transpired. Rahaman said that following the recent flooding in the area, a lot of the mining operations were halted because they had been washed away; and no person had been engaged in mining when the detainees were ambushed by the joint operation on Saturday.She revealed that persons had been in the process of moving their equipment when they encountered the officers and were arrested.Michael Mc Garrell leaving the CID headquartersAPA representative Michael Mc Garrell has said the areas in which the persons were held were all legal operations. He maintains that the persons held were not mining, but were in the process of packing up camp.“If you check records, you will see that there are claims — river claims and concessions in Echerak area — and these would have been given by the GGMC; and there are mining claims where these people were working…Where the miners were, they have documentation to prove that they were legally there; unless the documents that GGMC would have provided to them are not in keeping with the laws,” Mc Garrell said.Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman has said it has been recommended to the National Protected Areas Commission (PAC) that no more fuel must be flown to the Kaieteur National Park for onward transport to Menzies Landing, located on the left bank of the Potaro River. He explained that this move is designed to stifle illegal mining in the area.However, PAC Chairman Denise Fraser has promised that, before any definitive step is taken, consultations would be had in this regard.Guyana Geology and Mines Commission officers leaving CID Headquarters, Eve Leary on Monday eveningMc Garrell has, however, said that if Government were to implement this decision, severe backlash would follow. “So to say that (by) cutting off fuel they would choke the miners….I am going to wait and see what the backlash to that is going to be. Because they have several other miners in the Echerak area, as I said, who depend on the airstrip at Kaieteur to receive their fuel.”Misleading informationThe APA representative has also said the information Government is being provided with is inaccurate and misrepresents the facts. “I also saw that they found fifteen excavators up there…Now, that is impossible; Kaieteur does not have even one excavator. The reason for this is that the terrain to get there is difficult, and to get an excavator into Kaieteur would require some sort of big helicopter. So I think a lot of information that is being spread is not true, and it needs to be cleared up, because it makes it seem as though these people are involved in a lot of heavy mining, and this is not true,” Mc Garrell clarified.Dredge owner Rahaman has also disputed claims of excavators being used in the area. She said the officers may have mistaken spades for excavators, since the dominant method of operation in the area involves the use of spades. She added that the Natural Resources Ministry and GGMC have no ground officer to feed them their information, hence they are playing the “assumption game”.She noted that many of the detainees are simple pork-knockers, and some were even engaged in fishing when they were apprehended and accused of illegally mining. Rahaman added that the Government, through its relevant channels, is yet to inform residents of the area what really was the reason behind the clampdown, since no one was mining in the Kaieteur National Park.When contacted, GGMC Commissioner Newell Dennison said he had no comment on the incident, and noted that he would not reveal any additional information.Human rights riolationMore than 100 residents of Chenapau village have held widespread demonstrations, calling for the release of those in custody and citing various human rights violations. A relative of one of the men in custody told the Guyana Times that his cousin had not been afforded the opportunity to have a shower since being detained on Saturday.“You find that the conditions (under which) these people are being kept (is) as though they are robbers or murderers or thieves. (They have been) sitting on the floor from probably since yesterday to this time… The conditions are deplorable,” the man lamented.He added that the persons were taken into custody with their soiled clothing, and are being forced to remain in them until they are either charged or released.“If you see the conditions that they bring them down in….with the same bush clothing, nothing else. They were not able to shower or brush their teeth or anything else. That is horrible, because we have women in there, too. It is like they are not humans,” Rahaman lamented.Mc Garrell said they are unaware what next step the investigations would take, but they are hopeful that the other detainees would be released. “They have not been able to shower since they were held. We are trying to see what we can do for them in terms of bringing toiletries and other supplies, so that they can be more comfortable and clean,” he added.Chenapau Toshao Edward Mc Garrell has said he is appalled at the treatment meted out to those in custody. He noted that his villagers are being treated as though they are prisoners of war, since they were being escorted by soldiers armed with AK-47 assault rifles.last_img read more

COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP West Virginia runs over Maryland

first_imgThe 5-foot-8 Devine served as Slaton’s setup man. Early in the third quarter, Devine ran 31 yards to the Maryland 1, putting Slaton in position for his second TD run. Late in the period, Devine rambled 76 yards to the Maryland 1 and Slaton scored on the next play to make it 28-7. In the fourth quarter, Devine ran for 18 yards to place West Virginia (3-0) in position for a field goal. The freshman finished with 136 rushing yards on five carries. Keon Lattimore ran for 80 yards and a touchdown for Maryland (2-1). The Terrapins yielded 350 yards in their first two games; West Virginia finished with 448. West Virginia took the second-half kickoff and moved 63 yards in nine plays to go up 21-7. Three punts later, Devine’s 76-yard run helped make it 28-7. It was 31-7 before Maryland’s Jordan Steffy threw his first career touchdown pass, a 22-yarder to Danny Oquendo. From news services Steve Slaton was outstanding, as usual. No one, however, expected West Virginia’s running game to be so Devine. Slaton ran for 137 yards and three touchdowns, Noel Devine amassed 125 yards on his first three carries, and No. 4 West Virginia cruised past Maryland, 31-14, Thursday night in College Park, Md. Slaton scored on runs of 22, 1 and 1 yards. He has 41 TDs at West Virginia, one short of the school record shared by Ira Errett Rodgers and Avon Cobourne. Air Force 20, TCU 17: Ryan Harrison’s 33-yard field goal on second down gave Air Force a 20-17 overtime victory over visiting TCU, keeping the Falcons unbeaten under new coach Troy Calhoun. The Falcons (3-0, 2-0 Mountain West) overcame a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit and were swarmed on the field by thousands of cadets who hadn’t had this much to celebrate in a long time. Harrison’s winner followed a miss by TCU kicker Chris Manfredini, whose 36-yard attempt hit the left upright on the first possession of overtime. The Falcons had tied it on Jim Ollis’ 71-yard TD run on an option pitch from Shaun Carney with 5:55 left. The Frogs (1-2, 0-1), still smarting from their 34-13 loss at Texas, were lethargic and sloppy, failing time and again to capitalize on short fields and prime opportunities. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

At Yosemite, even dining out can have an added dimension to it

first_imgI stand smiling. In my imagination, there are two fellows. Each has a sword made for fencing. At the end of one sword is Errol Flynn. The other has none other than Basil Rathbone. The swords come together with that unmistakable sound. In the spring, we’re coming back for the waterfalls. I’ll let you know how it all turns out. Retired longshoreman and San Pedro native Tank Nelson writes a biweekly column for More San Pedro.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! And to amplify the point, Half Dome is now on our horizon. We wind down into the valley. Terry gives names to places we’ll hike and see tomorrow. Pull up to Yosemite Lodge. Yes, they have our reservations: Rooms 3303 and 3304. Stuff in. A splash, a dash and a comb. Time for 5:30 seating at the very famous Ahwahnee Hotel. Long walk in. Bar/caf on left, outdoor seating on other side of tall French doors, hotel reservation desk on right. We stroll through two other rooms. Like I said, it’s quite a distance. Now the big double doors, and we’re in the room. Well, it’s more than a room. It’s imagination, it’s history, it’s famous, it’s been used by the famous, plus it’s very, very big. Very big in many ways. When it was built, they had timbers. Not 8 by 8 or 16 by 16 ? they had timbers, so timbers it is. You won’t find many places like the Ahwahnee dining room. Let me throw in the windows. How about 30 feet by 10 feet with the main part 20 by 10? And outside, across grass and those trees, rocks that reach for the sky. One needs 30-foot windows to see the tops of rocks that go up thousands of feet. We have three different entrees, each interesting and satisfying. While all this unfolds, a fellow across the room is doing his best Bobby Short/Paul Smith routine. Why Bobby and Paul? Well, both are well known to me. So when fellow is doing a little jazz number, letting his jazz spirit move the keys, then in jumps “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” all without hesitation ? well, as stated, he’s stealing from the best. I send our busboy with appreciation to put in the large brandy snifter. We all demur on dessert and say our goodbyes to everyone who made it a delightful evening. On the way out, my-my, yet another massive room. Indian blankets draped everywhere. Couches, chairs, tables, lamps ? everything a reading room should be, and with a feature few have: a fireplace, about 9 feet tall and 30 feet wide. We’re rolling across the flat plains. Dry grass, small clusters of trees. All of it saying, “Man, I wish it would rain.” Of course, in a few months, it will. Highway 41 starts a long downhill run. Oakhurst will be at the bottom. Here I must apologize to Don and Marlene, who live just north of Oakhurst. We should stop and visit, but time is backing up. Hotel reservations, dinner reservations. And our guest has never been to Yosemite, so there is much to see. Every hour of daylight is booked. My wife, Terry, is a lady who believes in being prepared. We leave Oakhurst. Sign says 14 miles to entrance. Dry grass and small trees are quickly being replaced by huge rocks and equally huge trees. Terry and I have been down this road many times, but not enough to not be wowed by the splendor. Redwoods, pines, and sycamore give background to jutting rock faces thrusting into the sky. Entrance. Terry’s card says “Senior, year round.” Lady with big-brimmed hat smiles and waves us through. Our backseat passenger is Tut Ingram, who is Terry’s sister-in-law through Terry’s second husband, Arthur. Tut, Arthur, Terry, and I have been friends for over 25 years. Fascinating the turns a person’s life can take. Three people with widely different directions intersect for a thousand different reasons, and now we’re together cruising through one of the most intriguing places on our planet. last_img read more

Countrywide takes huge hit, ends quarter $1.2 billion in red

first_imgCALABASAS – Countrywide Financial Corp. lost $1.2billion in the third quarter as its mortgage business took a huge hit from the credit crisis and home sales slump, the company said Friday. It was the first quarterly loss in 25 years for Calabasas-based Countrywide – and the company claimed the last by predicting it would return to profitability in the fourth quarter and next year. The optimistic forecast sent the company’s stock price soaring 32.3percent, to $17.30, after hitting a 52-week low Thursday. The share price is 64percent under the 52-week high of $45.26. “We continue to be bullish about the long-term prospects for both Countrywide and our industry,” company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Angelo Mozilo said during a lengthy conference call. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“I firmly believe that we will be as successful in the future as we have been in the past.” David Sambol, the company’s president and chief operating officer, blamed the lousy quarter on three factors: losses and writedowns on loans totaling $1billion, increased credit costs and charges related to cost reductions. Countrywide, the nation’s biggest mortgage lender, said last month that it was cutting up to 12,000 jobs. During the quarter, the company integrated its mortgage lending operations into Countrywide Bank and during September it accounted for about 90percent of loan fundings. Countrywide’s loss amounted to $2.85 a share, down from a profit of $648million, or $1.03 a share in the year-ago period. The company reported a revenue figure of negative $50million for the July through September period due to charges and writedowns compared with $2.82billion during the same period a year ago. “Countrywide’s results for the third quarter of 2007 reflect the impact of unprecedented disruptions in the U.S. mortgage market and the global capital markets, as well as continued weakening in the housing market,” Mozilo said. And because of that it is suffering proportionately, said Bart Narter, senior analyst with Celent, a Boston-based financial research and consulting firm. “While they have mildly expanded their offerings with Countrywide Bank to help fund their loans, they lack the diversity of a Washington Mutual or JPMorgan Chase,” Narter said in an e-mail. He also said Countrywide will have to change its business model to reflect the fact that it might need to fund its own originations for the upcoming months. “This should continue to be a drag on earnings well into 2008,” Narater said. During the quarter, Countrywide funded $96million in loans, down from $118million a year ago. To deal with rising late payments and defaults, the company also boosted reserves to $934million in the quarter, up from $38million during the year-ago period. The company said that it expects housing market weakness to continue through next year and loan originations will also fall. Increasing delinquencies and foreclosures are also anticipated. In its presentation to analysts, Countrywide noted that many of its competitors have quit the business and more are expected to do so in the coming months. Company executives predict that they will capture this part of the market share next year. It also said that current borrowers have very high credit quality. “Countrywide has sufficient capital, liquidity and financing capacity for its operating needs and growth needs,” Sambol said. Mozilo also defended his slew of stock trades and confirmed an informal probe of his actions by the Securities and Exchange Commission. These automatic trading plans were set up in 2004 because at that time he planned to retire in 2006, Mozilo said. “I’d like to state categorically that at no time did I make any trading decisions based on any material nonpublic information, and I fully complied with all company policies,” Mozilo said during the call. “I am confident that this will demonstrate that I’ve complied with all protocols.” greg.wilcox@dailynews.com (818) 713-3743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgThe former Atlantic Homecare store which has ben taken over by Gary’s PetworldThe former Atlantic Homecare store in Letterkenny Retail Park, vacant for the past three years, has been let to Gary’s Petworld and Garden Centre.It’s a major move for the Letterkenny businessman Gary Cooney.The location is close to a number of other well-known brands including McDonalds Fastfood outlet and also Xtravision which recently moved into a unit closeby. Gary’s Petworld had been located across the road at Pearse Road for many years.The move will see Cooney’s business operate in a larger space as well as being serviced by a larger car park.   LETTERKENNY BUSINESSMAN MOVES INTO FORMER ATLANTIC HOMECARE STORE was last modified: September 3rd, 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:Atlantic HomecaredonegalGary’s Petworldlast_img read more

A quick glance at Buffon’s career when he was Donnarumma’s age – the heir?

first_imgWhat was Gianluigi Buffon up to when he was 18? That’s what the talkSPORT.com office were asking each other when Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future became clearer.If Milan director Marco Fassone is to be believed, then the 18-year-old goalkeeper won’t be at the club for much longer after deciding not to renew a contract that expires in 2018.“We are disheartened. [Donnarumma’s agent] Mino Raiola has conveyed to me Donnarumma’s decision not to renew. It’s his final decision,” he said.Donnarumma is said to be heir to Buffon’s no.1 spot in the Italy team, so here’s a quick glance at how the 39-year-old’s career was progressing when he was the same age. 2 Club debutBuffon: Was a 17-year-old Parma youngster when he played against Milan on 19 November, 1995. The game finished 0-0.Donnarumma: Was 16 when he played for Milan against Sassuolo on 25 October, 2015. Milan won 2-1International debutBuffon: At 19, he replaced Gianluca Pagliuca against Russia in a World Cup play-off match in Moscow on 29 October, 1997. It ended in a 1-1 draw and happened 484 days before Donnarumma was born.Donnarumma: At 17 years old, he replaced Buffon in a 3-1 defeat to France on 1 September, 2016.Their first full seasons in briefBuffon was Parma’s no.1 goalkeeper as the club finished second – two points behind Juve – in Serie A under Carlo Ancelotti in the 1996/97 season. This was his first full season as a professional and he played 27 of 34 games, with the team conceding 26 goals – 17 when Buffon was between the posts – though they did have Thuram, Sensini and Cannavaro in defence. He was 21 by the time he won his first domestic pieces of silverware when Parma were triumphant in the 1999 and Coppa Italia finals.Juventus signed him for £32m in 2001 where he has remained since.Although Donnarumma played 30 times in his breakthrough season, his first full season as Milan’s no.1 was the 2017/18 campaign and in his first match he saved Andrea Belotti’s stoppage time penalty to seal a 3-2 win. He played in all 38 games and the club finished sixth, conceded 45 goals, and secured a spot in the Europa League qualifying rounds. 2 A quick look at Buffon’s career when he was Donnarumma’s age last_img read more


first_imgMichael Murphy scores a free on 69 mins.Molloy on for McBrearty. Donegal have used all five subs.Danny Savage gets a point on 65 mins for Down. Colin McFadden gets his fifth, and Donegal’s 11th point of the game.Down sub Jerome Johnston’s point cuts the lead to two points.Colin McFadden gets his third point of the match.Down get a point to cut Donegal’s lead to two points. Colin McFadden scores to increase the gap to three pointsFifty minutes gone: Donegal 0-8, Down 0-6.A sixth point to Down from Donal O’Hare free, his fifth.Donegal substitution: Ross Wherity on for Leo McLoone.Michael Murphy scores for Donegal on 45 mins. Down get their opening scoring of the second half from a Donal O’Hare free kick.Almost 22,000 are packed into Breffni Park for the Ulster semi-final.Rory Kavanagh scores the first point of the second half for Donegal.ULSTER GAA SEMI-FINAL: DONEGAL 0-12 v DOWN 0-9 was last modified: June 23rd, 2013 by cassoscoopShare 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)last_img read more