gameday cracker Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars tense How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? Latest Chelsea news crackers 2 possible xi There were said to be issues over the fee Chelsea would pay the Serie A side to release Sarri from his contract, with the Blues unwilling to match an £8m clause in his deal, which expired at the end of May.However, Gazzetta dello Sport say the deal is now back on and Sarri will sign a two-year contract with the option of a third as early as next week. smart causal Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures shining Talks are set to be held between Chelsea chiefs and Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis over the fee to be paid for the transfer of Sarri to Stamford Bridge, before the deal can be formalised.The same report says Sarri will be joined at Chelsea by one of the club’s true legends, with Gianfranco Zola believed to be returning to Stamford Bridge as one of the manager’s assistants. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City REVEALED Zola, who made over 300 appearances for Chelsea as a player, has been out of work since resigning as Birmingham manager in April 2017. 2 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? silverware Maurizio Sarri is set to be appointed Chelsea’s new manager on a three-year contract, according to reports.Sarri, the still-contracted Napoli coach, has been in talks with the west London club for a number of weeks, and has already been replaced at the Stadio San Paolo by former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti. Zola played over 300 times for Chelsea between 1996 and 2003 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won REVEALED A deal to bring Sarri to Stamford Bridge has reportedly finally been agreed possible standings Brown’s half-time antics, eight-goal thrillers… relive these Boxing Day classics Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won
Donegal have received a massive boost with the news that Leo McLoone has returned to full training with Rory Gallagher’s squad this evening in Ballyshannon. McLoone opted not to re-join the squad when Rory Gallagher took over citing that he wanted to take time out to go travelling.However, McLoone has lined out regularly for his club Naomh Conaill and his performances have been superb for Martin Regan’s side. McLoone was an integral cog in Jim McGuinness’s side during his tenure as manager and his return will be a welcome one for Donegal supporters and manager Rory Gallagher.McLoone has established himself as one of the best half-forwards in the game over recent years and is a player who always performs consistently.He scored crucial goals against Derry and Antrim in last year’s Ulster SFC.His return will provide a welcome team selection headache for Rory Gallagher who spoke at his disappointment at losing the services of McLoone earlier in the year. Donegal are continuing their preparations for their FIFTH Ulster SFC final in-a-row with Monaghan on July 18th. MASSIVE BOOST FOR DONEGAL AS LEO MCLOONE RETURNS TO COUNTY SQUAD was last modified: July 2nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:donegalGAALeo McLoonenewsSport
Written by Sarah Murphy aka The Geocaching JunkieChurch Micro 10000 Tintern Abbey GC6PWBDIf you’ve ever gone geocaching in Great Britain, you’ve probably come across a Church Micro cache. Church Micros are geocaches near interesting churches, church ruins, or chapels to highlight beautiful architecture or fascinating history. Contrary to the name, the container itself does not need to be a micro; in fact, it can be any size or even a Virtual Cache. While the series is predominated by Traditional and Multi-Caches, there are also Mysteries, EarthCaches, Wherigos, and Letterbox Hybrids. Even some of the new Virtual Rewards are Church Micros.The series was created 10 years ago by sadexploration (Steve) and exploded in popularity since then. There are now more than 11,000 Church Micros, making it the largest cache series anywhere in the world.Church Micro series creator sadexploration (Steve)Steve placed the first 50 Church Micros himself, but he always intended to get other cachers to add their own. He could not have foreseen how popular the series would eventually become.Church Micro 7500…Bath Abbey GC5PM00As the popularity grew, Steve held back the milestone numbers of 1,000 and 2,000 to place something a special himself. It soon became difficult for him to place interesting milestones close to home, so he gave other cachers the chance to hide a special “thousandth” cache. The awe-inspiring ruin of Tintern Abbey in Wales hosts the 10,000th Church Micro and is a testament to how special a church must be for consideration as a milestone.Church Micro 10000 Tintern Abbey GC6PWBDEqually as beloved as the series itself are the Church Micros statistics, created by the geocacher, BaSHful. He has created achievement awards that are virtual badges for your geocaching profile, and geocachers can work their way up the award rankings by finding more Church Micros. The stats and awards fuel the competitive spirit many geocachers have.Church Micro 6000…York Minster GC56Q8FThe series now has its own special “holiday”. On November 7th, geocachers around the UK will host and attend events to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first Church Micro ever placed. Over 40 Church Micros events are scheduled on or around Church Micro day. All events contain the same Church Micro number in their title – 10010 – an idea Steve had to give more geocachers a chance to find the special number.Church Micro #5576 Bristol Cathedral GC52TWJSo what makes a good Church Micro cache according to Steve? “Any old church in the countryside, especially when you spot the spire a while before you get there.” He also says an interesting cache description with a photograph and a good hide placement are important.Church Micro 7795… Brackenfield GC5TRDAFind more information about the history, statistics, awards, and much more about Church Micros here. If you live in the UK and want to hide your own Church Micro, please request a number here. Church Micro 1059 – Little Eaton GC5N95P Church Micro 9485…Lockington-cum-Hemington GC6GKHB Church Micro 9472…Pentrich GC6GGME Church Micro 5358..Chesterfield St Mary&All Saints GC54FZ6 Church Micro 5905…Wicken Bonhunt GC56PMC SharePrint RelatedThe Newest Geocachers of the Month – A Geocache Series CreatorJuly 4, 2014In “Community”May the Geocacher of the Month Be With You: Comment NowJune 14, 2014In “Community”A Guide to Geocaching in ThailandDecember 10, 2015In “News” The Geocaching JunkieWebsite: thegeocachingjunkie.comTwitter: @thegeojunkieFacebook: The Geocaching JunkieShare with your Friends:More 12345<>
With students’ protests and unrest showing no signs of letting up for second consecutive week in the Valley, the Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday decided to suspend 22 social networking websites and applications, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and WhatsAap, in Kashmir.Invoking the Indian Telegraph Act 1885, the government said the ban will remain in force for at least one month.According to State Home department, headed by Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, the internet service providers in Kashmir Valley have been directed “to stop transmitting any content on 22 social networking sites.”“Over a period of time, an increasing trend was witnessed regarding the misuse of social media by the elements inimical to public order and tranquillity, thereby impinging on public safety, particularly in the Kashmir Valley,” reads the order issued by the home department.‘Disturbed peace’Such elements, according to the Home department, were “transmitting objectionable contents to spread disaffection amongst the public against the State administration and security forces with a view to incite them to commit various offences at a large scale, causing damage to life and property and disturb peace and tranquility.”It claimed these elements “extensively misused social media sites and instant messaging services for vitiating peace and instigating violence” during the 2016 unrest.The ban comes at a time when several videos of rights abuse and of local militants were doing the rounds on the social media. Several students protests were also streamed live on the social media. Ban opposed The move, however, has come under severe criticism from several political parties and stakeholdersin the tourism sector.“The ban denies people necessary access to prospective tourists. How will customers contact hotels and tour operators? It will ruin our business,” said Mushtaq Pahalgami, a hotel owner at Pahalgam.National Conference (NC) president and recently-elected Member of Parliament from Srinagar Dr. Farooq Abdullah said the communication blockade “would play havoc with the state’s economy and in turn, render thousands of youth unemployed.”“The PDP-BJP Government is not only suppressing the people of the State through brute force but also persecuting them economically. The continued blockade of internet will seriously affect businesses and especially youth-oriented start-ups in the e-commerce sector,” said Dr. Abdullah.Fresh clashes Students on Wednesday again clashed with security forces in parts of Kashmir Valley. Around 13 students were injured.Protesting against alleged “high-handedness of security forces against the student community”, fresh clashes led to closure of schools and colleges in Pulwama, Bandipora, Chadoora, Ganderbal and Shopian.The students were protesting against an alleged police raid on Government Degree College Pulwama on April 15, which left over 50 students injured.Last week, the authorities suspended the class work for a week after violent protests left over 50 students injured. There were fresh protests on Monday.
RAYMOND, Alta. – A man and a woman are in custody and several firearms have been seized after a wild police chase through southern Alberta that involved gunfire and several crashes.RCMP in Raymond say they attempted to stop a stolen pickup truck on Wednesday when it backed up into a cruiser and took off out of town.They tracked the truck to a field where it rammed another cruiser and officers opened fire, but couldn’t bring it to a stop.Police say the chase continued for almost two hours and covered almost 100 kilometres at a top speed of 170 km/h.It ended when officers rammed the truck and arrested the suspects.Police say a rifle, a shotgun, and a loaded sawed-off shotgun inside the vehicle.They say the driver, 31-year-old Joshua Schmaltz of Medicine Hat, Alta., was wanted on several charges including forcible confinement, assault and escaping lawful custody.The passenger, 39-year-old Lori Malinsky from Taber, Alta., was also wanted on charges including theft and flight from police.In a statement, RCMP Supt. Garrett Woolsey praised all the officers involved.“The RCMP officers involved in the pursuit and subsequent arrest of the suspects put themselves in harm’s way in order to protect the public,” he said.