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first_imgThe super-agent has rubbished fears over his growing role at Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)Kia Joorabchian has swatted away concerns over his influence on Arsenal’s transfer business, instead attacking former head of recruitment Sven Mislintat, while he says Willian will announce his next club soon.Arsenal controversially announced 55 redundancies last week, with the majority of the staff let go coming in the scouting department as technical director Edu and head of football Raul Sanllehi pivot towards a more contact-led approach to signings.One agent who looks set to play a big role in the Gunners’ transfer business is Joorabchian, who already represents David Luiz and Cedric Soares in the Arsenal squad and has reportedly offered them Willian and Philippe Coutinho. Comment Kia Joorabchian slams former Arsenal chief Sven Mislintat and provides Willian update Metro Sport ReporterThursday 13 Aug 2020 2:07 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.1kShares Advertisementcenter_img Willian’s move to Arsenal should be announced in the coming days (Picture: Getty)‘He’s been under various managers, he’s won multiple trophies and he has a fantastic relationship with Frank [Lampard], he respected him a lot.‘But I think that particular cycle had come to a moment where it’s a good moment to leave. At the moment, just for now I can’t say where he’s going to go. But it won’t be long before we announce it. We know where he’s going, so it won’t be long.’MORE: Willian passes Arsenal medical after suffering injury at ChelseaMORE: Mikel Arteta plans on playing Willian in new position after move from ChelseaFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Joorabchian took a surprising dig at Mislintat, who now works at Stuttgart (Picture: Getty)Arsenal’s shift in approach has concerned a number of fans but Joorabchian has allayed those fears, saying the club are in much better hands now with Edu and Sanllehi than they were previously with Mislintat.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTDenying he has any say on Arsenal’s transfer business, Joorabchian told talkSPORT: ‘People forget about the previous guy, Sven.‘He made a bunch of, I don’t like to use the word, but, cock-ups with players he brought in at very, very large numbers.’He added: ‘I actually think a lot of rumours have occurred and I don’t know why. But obviously I think when Covid happened there was not much to say so people figured David Luiz was the key picture to speak about.‘And the situation of David because he is a big player, he is an important player, created this vibe of: “Oh, I have such great influence at Arsenal”.’Back in January 2019, just 14 months after being prised away from Borussia Dortmund, Mislintat parted ways with Arsenal having signed the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Sokratis, Bernd Leno and Lucas Torreira.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 ArsenalArsenal are expected to announce the signing of former Chelsea winger and free agent Willian on a three-year contract worth £100,000-a-week, with Joorabchian confirming the Brazilian had chosen his next club – though refused to reveal his destination.He continued: ‘He is a free player. He had a fantastic seven years at Chelsea when he left [Anzhi]. Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgA school bus driver from Fort Walton Beach, Florida is currently facing child abuse charges after video showed her abusing a non-verbal wheelchair bound student.The incident was recorded last month on a bus headed to Silver Sands School.Officials say Evelyn Fields was captured on video violently shaking the arms of the student, yelling in his face, and poking his head with her finger because the student was capping his hands.The parents of the child say he could have been seriously injured as he has a disease that causes him to have weaken bones.Those who know the student also reported that the student is known to clap his hands when he is happy.last_img read more

first_imgHundreds of people across Donegal took part in the Darkness into Light walk this morning.Across the country, participants began their 5k walk at 4am, as the sun began to rise, to raise funds for Pieta House.12 locations across Donegal took part in this year’s event. Gweedore held the event for the first time on Saturday morning with over 300 people attending. Tory Island residents also took part.Donegal residents in Dubai marked the event with friends from around the world.Darkness into Light in Dubai.It is this charity’s flagship annual fundraising and awareness event.It started with approximately 400 people in the now iconic yellow DIL T-shirts walking the 5km course in Dublin’s Phoenix Park in 2009. Since opening its doors 13 years ago, Pieta supported 40,000 people who were at the point of suicidal crisis and/or engaging in self-harm.Speaking on this morning’s events, Elaine Austin, CEO, Pieta said: “Darkness Into Light unites us as people, from rural communities to major cities, across the globe, in a spirit of comfort and compassion to give and build hope. It connects us all, creating the energy for change, in which suicidal thoughts, self-harm and stigma can be replaced by hope, self-care and acceptance.“It is vital for the delivery of our services and for raising awareness. We are so thankful to have had [insert participant numbers] people walking with us today from Darkness Into Light,” she added.“I want to thank our volunteers, our supporters, our partner Electric Ireland and all the participants for their involvement in this year’s event.“However, the journey continues beyond the finish line of the walk. It is vital that we continue to build hope.” Darkness Into Light has become a global movement against suicide taking place in 202 venues across 19 countries in 5 continents, as people come together to remove the stigma around suicide and self-harm and spread the power of hope in Ireland and around the globe.Check out some of the moments from Saturday’s walk below. Tory Island residents gather for the event on Saturday morning. Thousands attend Darkness into Light walks across Donegal – Pic Special was last modified: May 11th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:Darkness into Lightlast_img read more

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device Police in Mobile, Alabama have issued an arrest warrant for former Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge, USA Today reports.The mother of Cousins’ son recorded a phone conversation in which a man is heard telling her he will “put a bullet in your (expletive) head.” She told police the person on the other line was Cousins.She filed a police report on the call and sent a copy of …last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The May 2015 Miami East-MVCTC FFA Members of the Month are Casey Copeland, Madeline Davis, Olivia Edgell, and Riann Kingrey. They are all retired chapter officers and will soon be graduates of Miami East High School.Casey is the daughter of Rick and Stephanie Copeland of Casstown. She participated in Food Science and Horse Judging Career Development Events. She plans on attending The Ohio State University to major in molecular genetics.Madeline Davis is the daughter of Jerry and Noelle Davis of Troy. She was a Start State in Agribusiness Finalist and National Proficiency Finalist. She plans on attending Randolph College to major in business and equine science where she will be a member of the equestrian team.Olivia Edgell is daughter of Brian and Jamie Edgell of Fletcher. She served as chapter President and attended the Washington Leadership Conference. She plans to attend Walsh University where she will play college softball and major in early childhood education.Riann Kingrey is the daughter of Brad and Tanya Kingrey of Fletcher. She earned her State FFA Degree and coordinated the chapter’s trap-shooting events. She will attend Wright State University and major in computer science.Every month of the school year the Miami East-MVCTC FFA will select a student to be the FFA Member of the Month.  The officer team will nominate one student that has been actively involved in the FFA chapter, school and community activities.  If selected, the member will be recognized at the monthly FFA meeting, have their picture displayed in the Miami East Agricultural Education Room, and will receive a special medallion on celebration of their accomplishment.last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Matt ReeseThere is no doubt about it. Baby goats are cute. They are also very trendy.Baby goats have exploded in popularity in recent years for their charming antics and apparent appeal to certain demographics when they are wearing little goat onesies online. Videos attracting hundreds of thousands of viewers feature baby goats tormenting other livestock, jumping about on playground equipment, wearing bizarre articles of clothing, sharing living quarters with humans, and even eating waffles. And, goat yoga? Yup, it really exists.Robin Saum of Fairfield County is the immediate past president for the American Dairy Goat Association.National dairy goat interest is clearly being driven to some degree by the cute baby goat obsession, but legitimate markets for dairy goat products continue to grow on their own merits. Goat cheese is an increasingly popular foodie trend and can be found in upscale restaurants everywhere and the lower lactose milk from goats is gaining favor in the United States as well.The newly released 2017 Census of Agriculture data recently quantified this increasing dairy goat popularity. From 2007 to 2017, dairy goat numbers increased a shocking 62% in the United States, by far the largest increase of any livestock sector. The next largest increase was with ducks, with an increase of just over 20%. Hogs, laying chickens, dairy cows, and broilers saw slight increases. Turkeys, beef cattle, sheep, and bison all had slight declines in that decade. Meat goat numbers were more than 20% down as were Angora goats, deer and horses. There were larger decreases for elk, ostriches and emus. Llama numbers declined the most dramatically in the nation with a more than 60% decrease in 10 years.The dramatic dairy goat increase is no surprise to Robin Saum, who has raised dairy goats for many years on her family’s Fairfield County farm and is currently the immediate past president for the American Dairy Goat Association. Saum and her daughter, Hannah, currently raise some Saanen and Nigerian goats on their diversified family farm.“There are way more goats here now than there ever were. The miniature goats are seeing a huge increase in animals. There is this big back-to-the-farm movement. People want to buy their food locally and know where it comes from.Robin and Hannah Saum hold a couple of Nigerian goats on their family’s Fairfield County farm.A lot of people are purchasing those mini goats because many towns are allowing people to have some hens or some small dairy goats. Depending on the town, you can put three Nigerians in your backyard and the neighbors will never know they are there. People want them for their milk to drink or make cheese or whatever,” Saum said. “I have a couple Nigerians and they average about 5% to 7% butter fat. They don’t milk that much, but how much milk do you need for a family? They are the ideal family animal and they are easy to handle.”In Ohio the number of dairy goats is also on the rise. USDA numbers for Ohio reported 10,674 dairy goats on 1,341 farms in 2012 and there were 13,937 dairy goats on 1,504 Ohio farms in 2017. Saum also said the increase in dairy goat popularity is very apparent at the national level with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA).“We now have over 3,000 adult ADGA members and 874 youth in Ohio. In 2008 we had 8,119 members nationally in ADGA. The 2017 numbers nationally were 14,347 and in 2018 it was 15,494. The youth membership was just over 4,000 each year, so we are up significantly,” she said. “At the ADGA we only see the registered animal numbers, but our numbers have increased exponentially every year. In 2008, we registered 34,583 animals nationally compared to 2018 when we registered 58,822. It is a big increase. We are glad we are computerized.”ADGA currently maintains herd books for the Alpine, LaMancha, Nigerian Dwarf, Nubian, Oberhasli, Saanen, Sable, and Toggenburg breeds. With increased dairy goat popularity, ADGA’s programs, including linear appraisal, have also gained popularity.“People in the organization value the milk testing and the linear appraisals we do,” Saum said. “They may not do it for all of their animals, but when they buy animals, they want animals they can prove will milk and be structurally correct.”Similar to dairy cattle appraisals, ADGA’s linear appraisal program objectively evaluates individual and inheritable traits that affect structural and functional durability of dairy goats, allowing users of the program to take full advantage of the potential for genetic improvement through selective breeding. The appraisal program provides the framework for a uniform record system that can be used in making farm management decisions, marketing the animals for breed characteristics and “visualizing an animal by the numbers.” The system uses trained appraisers to evaluate 13 traits including stature, udder depth and teat placement on a sale from 0 to 50.ADGA also offers a Dairy Herd Improvement program that includes year round monitoring of milk volume, components and herd health and a genetics award program for members.“Those programs have increased numbers in our association because there is only one other registry in the country for standard size or miniature dairy goats and they do not offer any of these programs. For us, that brings people in and makes the programs more valuable,” Saum said. “People with different breeds have different mindsets. Some people very much value having that genetic information and they really want some of this information before purchasing their goats.”As far as the end uses for the diary goat milk from Ohio’s operations, Saum said it really depends.“Ohio has some very strong laws with milk compared to other states. In Ohio you can do the herd shares, which I have done in the past. Since the customer technically partially owns the animal, they can get the milk and drink it. We used to raise Holstein calves off the extra dairy goat milk. This year I am only freshening six Saanens and three Nigerians. Usually I freshen about 10. Currently my dairy goats are feeding one orphan calf and three orphan sheep and all of their own babies, and we drink the milk too,” she said. “I am a huge advocate of pasteurization of the milk before human consumption. We have some really nice pasteurization equipment that is easy to use. I will not let the milk leave the farm without being pasteurized.”Dairy goat milk is also popular for making cheeses and soaps.“The primary use in Ohio is home use. People drink their own milk, make their own cheese, make their own soaps,” Saum said. “People want to leave a small footprint on the world and dairy goats leave a much smaller footprint than dairy cows. The miniature animals have hit the scene and the numbers have just exploded. They are easy to keep. They are small. They provide the right amount of milk for a family and they have high butterfat, which is good for making cheese, sour crème, cottage cheese, anything like that.”Nationally there are several larger goat dairies that have been selling cheese and other products on a commercial scale. In addition, there is also growing domestic demand for dairy goat meat in Ohio and further east.“It is a growing industry. It is amazing the prices we see. We have such ethnic diversity in this country and there are many ethnicities that like dairy goat meat. We don’t talk much about that, but you can sell them for meat for almost as much as you can sell them for as a registered breeding animal,” Saum said. “I sold four or five dry yearlings at the Mt. Hope auction before Easter and I got $175 a piece for them. They were Saanens with a dairy background. Somalis, Muslims and Jewish people buy them. They are very popular with the Jewish and Eastern Orthodox people. It is a huge market.”The meat, cheese and milk markets for dairy goats clearly have room to expand and the cute-goats-wearing-onesies-and-eating-waffles trend certainly shows no signs of slowing any time soon. Those who still need further evidence of the reality of this fad need only conduct a quick online search for “goat video” to find ample goat onesie video viewing opportunities.Baby goats are cute, but dairy goat milk, meat and cheese demand is also expanding.last_img read more

first_imgRead Next Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village But more than the numbers, what the 23-year-old cherishes the most were the learnings he had from coach Eric Altamirano.“I’ve really learned a lot from this Flying V team. I’m very thankful for the management, to our bosses, and to coach Eric — especially coach Eric because I learned a lot from his system. He really helped me a lot to be prepared for the PBA,” he said.As he braces for bigger challenges ahead, Teng shared that he’s taking this time to hone his craft as he raises the possibility of making the leap and joining the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft.“The time I have right now, I’ll work with my individual skills. I consistently work on my outside shooting and continue improving my basic skills. I need to do that so that I’ll be more prepared when I come to the PBA,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LATEST STORIES UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Teng, the leading contender for the Conference MVP award, rued what could have been a dream run for Flying V as it already reached great heights after being only the fourth team to sweep the eliminations.“It’s unfortunate. We knew we could’ve achieved more. But we just don’t know what happened. But that’s basketball and those things happen and we just have to learn from it,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe failed championship campaign, though, does not diminish what Teng has achieved with the Thunder.Averaging a league-best 22.15 points, 6.85 rebounds, and 5.77 assists, Teng had a blast in one conference stay with Flying, recording the most triple-doubles in league history with three. JRU gets first streak, clobbers St. Benilde by 28center_img MOST READ SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses View comments Jeron Teng. PBA IMAGESIt may have been a tough pill to swallow, but Jeron Teng acknowledged Centro Escolar University came out the better team against Flying V in their semifinals series.“I think they hit big shots in the late game. We also had open shots, but we just didn’t make it. It happens,” he said after the Thunder’s stunning exit in the 2017 PBA D-League Foundation Cup with a 72-67 Game 3 defeat to the Scorpions on Thursday.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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first_imgSavanna Peers APTN National NewsCarolyn Bennett left the Liberal convention early Friday to head across town for a meeting with Manitoba Métis Federation.The meeting was scheduled to help push forward an irritant that has been around for nearly 150 [email protected]last_img