SCOREBOARD Chanderpaul and captain Leon Johnson posted 66 for the second wicket as the Jaguars recovered from a shaky start. Johnson made 42 before he was caught behind by Carlton Baugh Jr off the bowling of leg-spinner Damion Jacobs. The other wicket to fall was that of Vishaul Singh, who was run out for 17. Young Chanderpaul, whose father is a substitute for the encounter, has so far batted for 189 minutes and has faced 149 balls. Play will resume today at 10 a.m. AT BEAUSEJOUR: WINDWARD ISLANDS VOLCANOES 306 (Shane Shillingford 64, Andre Fletcher 63, Mervyn Mathew 48 not out; Imran Khan 3-100, Narsingh Deonarine 2-29, Uthman Mohammed 2-51). TRINIDAD RED FORCE 153 for two (Yannic Cariah 58 not out, Narsingh Deonarine 58 not out; Kevin McClean 2-37). AT KENSINGTON OVAL: BARBADOS PRIDE 368 (Roston Chase 136 not out, Jonathan Carter 54, Kevin Stoute 41; Gavin Tonge 4-71, Sherwin Peters 3-36, Nelson Boland 2-82). LEEWARD ISLANDS HURRICANES 170 (Sherwin Peters 44; Ashley Nurse 5-65, Miguel Cummins 4-18). SHAKY START JAGUARS 1st Innings 189 SCORPIONS 1st Innings (overnight 63 for four) A. McCarthy lbw b Permaul 27 T. Lambert lbw b Permaul 18 +C. Baugh Jr b Jacobs 5 R. Powell c Johnson b Permaul 13 N. Miller c Singh b Motie 7 S. Cottrell lbw b Jacobs 8 M. Mindley not out 6 Extras (lb4, w1, nb13) 18 TOTAL (all out, 67.5 overs) 146 Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-40, 3-59, 4-63, 5-89, 6-97, 7-118, 8-128, 9-135, 10-146. Bowling: Reifer 11-3-37-1 (nb2), Joseph 11-0-42-0 (nb11), Barnwell 5-1-10-1, Permaul 22.5-14-25-5 (w1), Motie 11-5-18-1, Jacobs 7-2-10-2. JAGUARS 2nd Innings T. Chanderpaul not out 39 A. Fudadin lbw b Mindley 9 *L. Johnson c wkp Baugh b Jacobs 42 V. Singh run out 17 R. Reifer not out 12 Extras (lb5, nb9) 14 TOTAL (3 wkts, 47 overs) 133 Fall of wickets: 1-17, 2-83, 3-111. Bowling: Cottrell 4-0-18-0 (nb1), Mindley 9-1-37-1 (nb7), Jacobs 12-2-25-1 (1), Miller 6-1-13-0, Campbell 8-3-16-0, Powell 8-0-19-0. Toss: Scorpions. Umpires: Jacqueline Williams, Peter Nero. The Guyana Jaguars are in a strong position to force a victory over the Jamaica Scorpions in their top-of-the-table WICB First-Class Championship clash at Sabina Park. Guided by an undefeated knock of 39 from young opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul, the son of Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Guyana were 133 for three at the close of yesterday’s second day. They now have an overall lead of 176, having made 189 in their first innings. The Scorpions made 146 in their first innings. Resuming on 63 for four with Andre McCarthy, not out on eight, and former captain Tamar Lambert, yet to face a ball, Jamaica were undermined by spinner Veerasammy Permaul. The short left-hander, varying his spin and flight to telling effect, claimed an impressive five for 25 off 22.5 overs. Off-spinner Steven Jacobs, two for 10, was next best, while lanky 20-year-old left-arm spinner Gudakesh Motie, playing in his first season, extended his leading wicket-taker tally to 29 with one for 18. McCarthy, whose alliance with Lambert yielded 26 runs before he was adjudged leg before wicket to Permaul, topscored for the Scorpions with 27. Lambert was also dismissed leg before wicket by Permaul after making a painstaking 18 off 109 balls in 129 minutes. Devon Thomas, with 30 on the first day, emerged as the innings’ highest scorer.
An alleged plan by Saudi Arabia, custodian of the Islamic faith, to Islamize Liberia, seems to be coming to realization with unfolding events indicating that the plan is gradually kicking-off leading to its imminent fulfillment.A very detailed article written by three Muslim “women’s rights activists” from the Middle East exposed an alleged plan by the Saudi Government, the oil-rich Arab monarchy, to Islamize Liberia and use it as fertile ground for its plan to take over the entire West Africa region.The 14-page, comprehensive and powerfully-written essay by the three Arab activists from Iran, Syria and Saudi Arabia, respectively, one with a PhD and the others each with a Master’s degree,also describedthe oil rich nation’s plans to Islamize the entire world, the United States, Europe and Africa, West Africa by firstly putting Liberia under its wings.The three authors include AnahitaGhorbani, Iranian women’s rights activist, YafiahAssouin, PhD, Syrian women’s rights activist and Shada Al Zahrani, Saudi journalist.In what seems to be steps toward the fulfillment of this plan, the Muslim community in Liberia have now begun an ambitious campaign to ensure that their religion achieves dominancein the country, according to the Acting Chief Imam of Liberia, who has called on imams across the country to work vigorously to ensure that Islam takes its“rightful place” in Liberia.Imam Krayee is the Deputy Chief Imam for National Affairs at the level of the National Imam Council of Liberia, but is acting on behalf of his boss who is currently in Senegal.He spoke at the official launch of the National Imam Council of Liberia (NICOL) nationwide Dawah(evangelism) and training program. The ceremony was held in the auditorium of the MarviiSonii School Campus in Clara Town.NICOL, established in 1995, is to shortly celebrate its 20th anniversary in early February. Since its establishment, this is the first Dawah and Imam training program, initiated by the Muslim Community in Liberia.Speaking at the launch, ImamKrayee said that Islam’s aimis to dominate in Liberia. “Every religion wants to be dominant, of course, through peaceful means. It is our goal as Liberian Muslims to be dominant as other religions want to be in this country and everywhere in the world.”He further tried to clarify that, “…by dominance, we do not mean to repress other people or become oppressive, intolerant and become aggressive, though this seems to be the norm in Islamized and Muslim-dominated countries throughout the world.”This is most especially prominent in Arab nations, North Africa and the Middle East where non Muslims are required to pay a special prohibitive tax for the right to exist in such countries.“No, that’s not what we are talking about. It means we have to exert every effort through peaceful means to ensure that our religion is number one in our society-this is a natural aspiration of anyone, who belongs to any institution or religion,” the Imam clarified.Imam Krayee said Islam remains one of the best religions of humankind; as such his fellow preachers should engage Liberians in teaching the beliefs and doctrine of Islam.He revealed that as the torch-bearer of Islam in Liberia, the NICOL will do all within its power to propagate Islam in its true light through the mass media and other forums, noting “NICOL would work to enlighten the society on the true position of Islam.”Sheikh Krayee said that against this backdrop, and inspired by the Qur’an’s ideal articulated in the 32nd Chapter: “And we raised up Imams, among them guiding (people) by our command” (Qur’an 32:24),imams have declared the intention to tread the path chosen by Allah to work in line with the percepts established by the Prophet Muhammad.Mission StatementReading the mission statement of the Five-Year Action Plan, the Muslim Cleric notedthat theprimary objective of every genuine Islamic organization is to recruit people for paradise and help them attain the greatest prize—the pleasure of Allah.This goal, he said, is achievable only through the commitment of its members to the mandate given the Prophet Muhammad, who was sent with the Quran “to deliver people from, all forms and shades of, darkness to the light by the permission of their Lord (Quran 14:1).“To this end, we have resolved, relying on the help of Allah, to commit ourselves to the teaching and propagation of the Message of Islam-to guide our people on the basis of that message and to pursue knowledge and training that would enable us to serve as the reflections of the Quranic light of which Muhammad was a perfect reflection,” he further added.Action PlansNICOL’splan is an ambitious five-year one (2015-2019). It is a summary of the specific and general programs and projects earmarked for implementation.This is aninitiative that seeks to place Islam in a dominant position in Liberia if executed properly, according to plan. The plan contains nine programs and projects to be undertaken during this timeframe.These include annual training workshops for imams; weekly Islamic study sessions across the country;educating and informing Muslims about important Islamic events; Invitation of non-Muslims to Islam; Converts/Reverts Islamic education program; proper representation of Islam in the nation; seeking scholarship for imams to study abroad; collaboration with non-Muslim clergy in areas of concern; and the construction of a National Mosque/Imam Training Complex.Annual Training Program for ImamAccording to Imam Krayee, this program aims to continually enhance the qualification and ability of imams to perform their tasks with greater efficiency and effectiveness.The beneficiaries or targeted group, he said, comprises imams of Jumu’ah Mosques throughout the country. Other imams from other sects and cadets may also benefit.“With the first approach, imams would travel from across the country and converge on Monrovia or other easily accessible cities and towns. They would then be divided into groups with a resource person rotating amongst them,” he said.The decentralized approach would see Liberia being divided into zones, probably four or five, whereby imams would assemble at a central point within the region.“The advantage of this is that it ensures the participation of more imams and reduces the need for long distance travels, especially for older imams. However the challenge here is the availability for competentresource persons for weeklong workshop stretching across the dry season.”Weekly Islamic Studies SessionsImams are teachers, preachers and exemplary guides. It is therefore necessary that all imams organize special Islamic studies classes for their members at least once a week. NICOL said it is available to provide resource material. As enticement or means of motivation, the council would give annual awards to imams with the most successful Islamic studies program.Educating Muslims on Islamic EventsImam Krayee said Liberian Muslims are generally ignorant of many Islamic events with most of them not even knowing the names of Islamic lunar months, nor follow their dates.He said events such as the Eids, Miraj (the Ascension) and the Maulid (birth of the prophet) are not given appropriate attention. “NICOL will, henceforth, design appropriate programs to commemorate these and other events. Among them, there will be (a) Ramadan lecture series (b) symposia on the importance of Eid al Ad-ha (Abraham Day) (c) a national seerah conference during the month of the Rabi al Awal to discuss the life of Muhammad and (d) Seerah competition for children across the country.”Seerah is the biography of the life and mission of Prophet Muhammad.Da’wah to Non-MuslimsThe Islamic clergyman noted that NICOL has chosen Dawah (evangelism), which the clergyman described as the life-line of Islam, as a major priority. This is intended to be robustly carried out amongst non-Muslims, as was done by Muhammad and his followers, to ensure that Islam achieves dominance in the Liberian society.Imam Krayee noted: “Da’wah is invitation of people to the religion of Allah. It is the life-line of Islam. Without it, the religion would have died with the Prophet. Our master Muhammad first invited members of his family and his close friend.He continued to deliver the message and call, often with great difficulties-including threats to his life and those of his followers. But he persisted until just 23 years, the entire Arabian Peninsula bowed to Allah. Then his successors struggled after him, lifting high the banner of Tawheed (oneness of God).”He bragged that in less than a century, Islam reached as far as the Far East and North Africa. “Through their [Muhammad’s followers]effortsand the efforts of those who followed in their footsteps, Islam has a presence in every part of the globe.“NICOL has therefore chosen Da’wah to Non-Muslims as one of its priority programs.We will carry Da’wah through the mass media and the various communities shall be organized throughout the length and breadth of Liberia. The Da’wah committee will work on the details of this plan very soon.”Converts/Reverts Islamic EducationClasses for new converts and those returning to the religion (reverts) shall be organized in all 15 counties, 73 districts headquarters as well as other major cities and towns across the country, according to the plan.NICOL will ensure, according to Imam Krayee, the existence of such classes in at least all of the 15 counties during this five-year period. National headquarters shall seek to make resource materials available for this program while county branches will be responsible for the conduct of the classes.“Annual awards will be given to those with the most effective program and converts who perform well will participate in annual training courses at the national level.”Imam Krayee, who is hails from Southeastern Liberia, noted that NICOL, through this program, hopes to have indigenous imams among all of the ethnic groups in Liberia, before the program timeframe elapses.“Before this five year initial program comes to an end, we want to have indigenous imams, who would beGios, Sapoes, Bassonians, Lormas, Kpelles,Kissis, etc.”Imams in Liberia are predominantly from the Mandingo and Vaitribes. These two groups also dominate the religion in terms of number; but other ethnic groups have members who are also part of the Islamic faith.Scholarship for ImamsLiberian imams have benefitted from several scholarships grant from Islamic countries over the years. “We are very grateful to those who have made this possible. NICOL will continue to seek such opportunities and even more for our imams to be properly trained and equipped,” Deputy NICOL head said.Collaboration with Non-Muslim Clergy“Liberia is a tolerant society,” the Islamic cleric said, lauding God for sparing Liberia the kind of religious tensions that have been the norms in many countries.One religious analyst, who asked to be anonymous, told the Daily Observer: “Liberia is dominantly Christian in terms of population and influence, but I wonder if the tolerant state of the country will remain when the tides turn with what the Muslims are zealously seeking to do through their five-year initiative and others.”However, Imam Krayee stated that Liberia being a tolerant country, NICOL leadership shall therefore work to establish, maintain and improve relations with clergymen of other religions, especially Christianity.Imam Krayee, who at the same occasion condemned atrocities perpetrated in the name of Islam, also indicated that Muslims in Liberia bear witness to the truest Islam—a religion that preaches peace and peaceful co-existence.Meanwhile, NICOL’s plan seems to be working in perfect correlation with the exposed plan, which received huge criticism from the Liberian public with many Muslims vehemently rejecting such revelation from the authors who described themselves as Arab female scholars.The Saudis’ plan for Liberia, according to the three Arab authors, is first to ensure that a candidate of Muslim faith and background contests and wins the Liberian presidency. The NICOL five-yearplan, however did not make any mention of a political strategy.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Authorities at the Ministry of Education (MOE), in collaboration with the Monrovia Head of National Office of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), have postponed the senior secondary school exams, which is administered by WAEC.The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school candidates is usually administered in May/June, with private candidates sitting in November/December.Until yesterday’s pronouncement, this year’s exams were scheduled by WAEC’s Monrovia office to be administered to 9th graders from May 5-6, while 12th graders were scheduled for May 9-19. Meanwhile, the exams have been rescheduled from May 19 to 20 for 9th graders, while the 12th graders will sit the tests from May 23 to 27. Consequently, MOE said all schools will be closed from May 19 to 27, while school administrators are requested to give their students take home lessons, including assignments or projects, which upon the return of the students to school, teachers will grade the assignments to compensate for the closure.The ministry said in a statement that it appreciates the cooperation of all, but regrets any inconvenience the postponement may cause the candidates. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Guyana has been named the number one “Best of Ecotourism” destination in the world. The award was presented to Guyana at the ITB global travel trade fair in Berlin, Germany.The second annual “Best of Top 100” Awards is a selection of the finest top 100 destinations selected by a panel of experts who reviewed sustainability success stories submitted by destinations worldwide.The newly created “Best of Ecotourism” category was added in 2019 and puts Guyana up against very well-known and experienced ecotourism destinations, such as Sierra Gorda in Mexico, Tmatboey in Cambodia, and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.The announcement was made on Thursday evening at Berlin’s Messe Berlin exhibition grounds by Albert Salman, President of Green Destinations Foundation. Brian T Mullis, Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority was in attendance to accept the award on behalf of Guyana.Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority, Brian T Mullis and Nicola Balram pose with the prestigious award“Guyana has expended considerable effort in recent years not only to develop new and innovative eco-friendly tourism products as a part of the national Green State Development Strategy, but also to incorporate sustainable tourism best practices into all aspects of its strategy, planning and programming while educating the world about its deep commitment to maximising the positive socio-economic and conservation outcomes from tourism,” said Mullis. He continued, “It is a tremendous honour for us to be recognised globally alongside our fellow leaders in eco- and sustainable tourism.”Guyana is positioned as the next must-see destination for travellers. With daily non-stop flights already available from New York, Miami and Toronto and direct routes available from Europe through sister Caribbean countries, and it being the only English-speaking country in South America, travellers can experience vibrant Indigenous culture, rich history, and hospitable and friendly people in the language both parties know best. Guyana has also recently become the first country to adopt the Adventure Travel Trade Association’s International Adventure Travel Guide Qualification and Performance Standards.When asked about Guyana’s selection as number one in the “Best of Ecotourism” category, Albert Salman, President of the Green Destinations Foundation said “The Top 100 Awards Jury was impressed by the dossier prepared by the Guyana Tourism Authority for the Top 100-nomination and by the success stories submitted of Surama and Rewa.Both these eco lodges have ambitious and admirable goals and successes, are community-owned and led, and aim at preserving Guyana’s ecosystems and Indigenous traditions. The Jury also liked that Guyana has a policy of a ‘Green, Inclusive and Prosperous Guyana’ that provides a good quality of life for all its citizens based on a sound education and social protection, low-carbon resilient development, green and decent jobs, economic opportunities, individual equality, justice, and political empowerment.’”
A third blank in their last five league games for United means local rivals Manchester City can seal another Premier League record by winning the league by at least 19 points if they win at Southampton on the last day of the season on Sunday.“We are the second best team in the Premier League, a fantastic competition with lots of good teams,” said Mourinho.“We came second. I am not totally happy (because) that is not my nature, but since the moment we felt it was impossible to finish first, we had the target to finish second and it is done today.”In United’s first game since legendary former manager Alex Ferguson had to have emergency surgery on a brain haemorrhage, the visiting fans showed their support to the 76-year-old Scot with persist chants of “we all love Alex Ferguson”.There was a more subdued atmosphere from the home fans at the end of another deeply frustrating campaign for the Hammers. Two years ago to the day, West Ham waved goodbye to Upton Park in a thrilling 3-2 win over United on a night of high emotion in East London.That victory also helped secure European football, but the move to the London Stadium, sold to supporters as West Ham’s chance to compete with the Premier League elite, has so far proved a false dawn.Survival was only mathematically secured last weekend and West Ham remain in lowly 15th place.“It’s a big achievement for us,” insisted West Ham manager David Moyes of keeping his side in the top flight.“We had to get the players in order a little bit after we came in, and we have done that. This is a big club and there are big expectations from the supporters so they will need to improve.”Mourinho reacted to Friday’s meek 1-0 defeat at Brighton by making eight changes with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial relegated to the bench despite the continued absence of the injured Romelu Lukaku.However, that failed to provoke an immediate response as West Ham posed the early threat.Marko Arnautovic’s goals have kept Moyes’s men up and the Austrian muscled his way into a good shooting position on six minutes but placed his shot too close to David de Gea.Adrian has been restored in the West Ham goal for the past three games in place of England international Joe Hart, and showed why with a hat-trick of fine saves.Jesse Lingard was first to be denied with a fiercely struck long-range effort before Adrian showed quick reflexes to save from Alexis Sanchez and then get back on his feet to turn Shaw’s effort onto the post.A lacklustre United display was reflected in Pogba again failing to take control of the game.The £89 million midfielder did have the visitors’ best chance when he headed wide just after the hour mark from Antonio Valencia’s pin-point cross.The Frenchman came a lot closer moments later with a strike that curled just past the post from a narrow angle.Pogba’s frustration then spilled over when he was lucky to escape with just a yellow card after grappling with West Ham captain Mark Noble as tempers flared in the latter stages.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000West Ham goalkeeper Adrian kept Manchester United at bay © AFP / Ian KINGTONLondon, United Kingdom, May 10 – Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho refused to criticise his side despite another display lacking inspiration in attacking areas as they sealed second place in the Premier League with a 0-0 draw at West Ham on Thursday.In a game of precious few clear-cut chances, Luke Shaw hit the post and Paul Pogba headed wide with United’s best opening.
Majella O’Donnell has saved the lives of countless Irish women, according to Hollywood actress Victoria Smurfit.The stunning actress says Majella’s brave decision to have her hair shaved on live television was inspirational.And she says her honesty will help other Irish women to go forward and have themselves checked for cancer. “Oh bless her heart. I have such admiration for her. I didn’t see it but I admire Majella for doing it, as taboos aren’t lifted and conversations are kept I hushed tones until someone opens up about it.“She has taken it to the next level, which should give women the courage to park the wig, should they choose,” she said.Victoria says Majella’s decision to go on the Late Late Show to have her hair shaved off will have been worth it – if she even only helps one woman.“If her honesty drives just one woman to the clinic to b checked then her fears of going on live television will have been worth it,” she said. The money from Majella’s headshave for the Irish Cancer Society is still rolling in with more than €500,000 already pledged. MAJELLA HAS SAVED THE LIVES OF COUNTLESS IRISH WOMEN – ACTRESS SMURFIT was last modified: October 6th, 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:cancerheadshaveLate Late ShowMajella O’DonnellVictoria Smurfit
Isaiah Brown [right] in action for England Under-21s Chelsea youngster Isaiah Brown has joined Rotherham United on loan.The 19-year-old England youth international has agreed to spend the 2016-17 season at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.Brown, who can play as a winger or striker, could make his debut in the Championship clash at Brighton on Tuesday.Stubbs said: “We’re delighted we’ve been allowed to take one of Chelsea’s rising talents.“He’s a really attacking player who brings pace and power, which is something I’ve wanted to add to the forward area.“He’s the type of player who gets fans out of their seats. He’s very exciting.“Chelsea see him as someone who can potentially play in their first team in the future. This is one of a few that we tried to get across the line. We missed out on one or two others. This is one of the exciting ones I was hoping would happen.” 1
IT has been a superb weekend for Donegal athletes at the National Indoor Championships in Athlone.Mark English with a blistering last 200 metres won the national indoor 800m title this afternoon in 1.48.44 holding off the challenge of his Letterkenny AC clubmate Darren Mc Brearty.Mary Mc Loone, Tirconnail AC took the triple title @12-58 m having gained a silver in the long jump yesterday. And Ann Marie McGlynn from Lifford Atheltic Club took silver in 3,000mThere was a huge crowd for the event – many attracted by Fionnuala Britton who turned on the style in confident victory in the final of the women’s 1500m.In the final of the men’s 1500m John Coghlan, son of World Championship gold medallist Eamonn, took the gold in a time of 3:47.43. ********Donegaldaily.com – Donegal’s No1 News & Sports Website – more than 30,000 Visitors Every DayFollow the leader on:https://twitter.com/DonegalDaily IT’S RAINING MEDALS FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: February 18th, 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:IT’S RAINING MEDALS FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Despite enduring an injury-hit campaign last year, Lanzini still managed to score five goals in the Premier League as well as grabbing six assists.He signed for West Ham from Al Jazira in July 2015, initially on loan.But after impressing in his debut campaign under Slaven Bilic, the deal was made permanent in March of the same season.Check out his Instagram post below. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade who plays? Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Most Popular Football news revealed How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? 2 “The surgery went really well.“Although I don’t want to set a date, I expect to be ready to play at the beginning of 2019, that’s my goal for the next months.“Thank you all for your support.” England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won latest West Ham United midfielder Manuel Lanzini has revealed he expects to return to action at the start of 2019.The Argentina international suffered a cruciate ligament injury whilst on international duty ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. predicted silverware Early reports suggested the diminutive playmaker could miss all of next season after the injury was revealed to be worse than first thought.However, the 25-year-old has taken to Instagram to allay fears he could miss that much action – instead insisting it could be as little as six months.He wrote: “Some English media have said that my injury will make me miss next season, that there were problems with the surgery… none of this is true. RANKED How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 The Argentine scored five goals in the Premier League as well as grabbing six assists Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update 2 smart causal Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT gameday cracker Lanzini could be back far earlier than expected
Exclusive Pictures inside John Haran’s house – and not a KFC Bargain Bucket to be seen anywhere!DONEGAL’S biggest ever ‘Come Dine With Me’ is in full swing across the county tonight (and even in Dublin!).The St Eunan’s GAA Club big night out involved members inviting family and friends around for dinner…and then heading off to The Grill for some grooving later.Donegal Daily can exclusively reveal that despite rumours over the past week St Eunan’s legend John Haran did NOT feed his dozen guests with a KFC Bargain Bucket. In fact sources say it was like being at a 5-star MasterChef class!So good was the food that even Glenswilly star Gerard McGrenra turned up, looking a wee bit hungry.And Mr Haran was happy to take his 20 quid for the St Eunan’s kitty – and feed the poor fella.Meanwhile there was a world GAA first at another venue….these two spotted doing dishes for the first time. Picture courtesy of a certain gentleman in the picture just below it! REVEALED: EVEN GLENSWILLY MEN JOIN ST EUNAN’S ‘COME DINE WITH ME’ was last modified: November 24th, 2013 by John2Share 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)