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Maid Perfect’s Tips and Tricks for a Move-Out Clean

first_imgFlat razorHaving all your supplies in one place, stored in a transportable caddy, can save a lot of time when cleaning a whole house.Magic erasersPumice stoneBlue scrub spongeSqueegeeWindow cleanerSmall or large ladder, depending on houseBleachCleaning clothsMicrofiber dusting clothSwifferDisinfectant cleanerToothbrushStainless steel polishMop and Bucket Marks on walls and doors sometimes can easily be removed with a magic eraser but they just may need to be repainted, so assess your situation accordingly.Tips on cleaning Run oven through a cleaning cycle the day before you do the clean. This will make cleaning the oven a whole lot easier.Sometimes it’s just easier to replace burner rings than to clean them. This could save you a lot of time.Vacuum window tracks before cleaning to avoid a muddy mesh and use a toothbrush to get in those hard to reach areas.We sincerely hope that this information will help you and if you have any questions please feel free to visit our website www.maidperfectolympia.com or check us out on Facebook. To schedule a free estimate or a move-out clean call us at 360-402-6248. Move-Out Cleaning Checklist EntranceDoor ( handles, glass )Exterior light coversDoor base plateKitchens often take the longest during a move-out clean. Be sure to leave yourself several hours for the task.KitchenDust high to lowWipe out and vacuum inside cabinetsWipe outside of cabinetsStove tops (clean or replace burner rings)Ovens inside and outMicrowave inside and outvacuum floormop floorBedroomsDust high to lowDust inside light coverWipe down base boardsMarks on wallsWipe down closet doorsWipe down shelves in closet if anyVacuum or mop floorGeneralDust high to lowBase boardsMarks on wallsVacuum and mop floorWindows and tracks throughout homeGarageDon’t forget hidden areas such as the inside of the microwave when preparing to move-out of your home.Dust high to lowVacuum floorcenter_img Facebook48Tweet0Pin1By Drew Freemantle for Maid PerfectWhether you are renting or selling your home, a good move-out clean can make all the difference. If you are selling your home a good first impression is a must. If you are renting a home it can be the difference between getting your deposit back or not. A detailed move-out clean can take anywhere from 2-8 hours. Maid Perfect has done our fair share of move out cleans and know the tips and tricks to make things good smoothlyand ensure you don’t forgot anything.  If your schedule is packed, however, Maid Perfect can certainly put our expertise to work for you.  Just give us a call to schedule a thourough, move-out clean at 360-402-6248.Preparation It’s important to have the right tools for the job. You can pick up a small caddy to put your supplies in at Home Depot. A portable caddy can make your job a whole lot easier and is worth the money. Below is a list of some of the most commonly used cleaning supplies.last_img read more

Gabriel Jesus staying at Man City 2 extra years to 2023

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Peza offers relief to ecozone firms “I can say that it was the best decision I’ve made in my life to come to Manchester City because whilst I’m here I’m improving as a professional and as a person,” Jesus told the club website.Also, Spanish winger Pedro signed a one-year contract extension at Chelsea.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’The 31-year-old Pedro, who arrived from Barcelona in 2015, extended his contract to 2020.He has played 131 games for Chelsea, scoring 28 times. After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil 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 awardcenter_img Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Baseball’s World Series to start October 23 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next FILE – In this file photo dated Monday, July 2, 2018, Brazil’s Gabriel Jesus controls the ball during the round of 16 match between Brazil and Mexico at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Samara Arena, in Samara, Russia. Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus extended his Manchester City contract on Friday Aug. 3, 2018, to 2023, adding two more years to his previous deal. (AP Photo/Andre Penner, FILE)MANCHESTER, England — Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus extended his Manchester City contract on Friday to 2023, adding two more years to his previous deal.Jesus joined City in January 2017, and has 24 goals in 53 matches. He helped City win the English Premier League and League Cup last season.ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ MOST READ Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal View commentslast_img read more

UAAP vs NCAA in high school semis

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. National University and Far Eastern University pulled off similar dramatic wins on Tuesday and set explosive semifinals encounters with the NCAA’s best in the 7th Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship Rain or Shine Cup at SGS gym in Quezon City.The NU Bullpups rode on the heroics of Karl Kevin Quiambao to nip University of Santo Tomas, 76-75, while the FEU Baby Tamaraws outlasted Chiang Kai Shek, 68-62, to also advance to the knockout semifinal stage.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Reveling in his first PBA championship, Chito Victolero shares credit for Magnolia feat Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plumcenter_img No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title NU will face reigning titlist San Beda while FEU takes on former NCAA champion La Salle Greenhills in the last four.The Red Cubs continued their rampage with a 93-55 thumping of the Xavier School Golden Stallions. The La Salle Greenies ousted Jose Rizal U, 76-73.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk 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 MOST READlast_img read more

Guyanese stand up to bullyism

first_imgDear Editor,Sir Winston Churchill famously said: “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last” and so it has been in this period since the successful no-confidence motion on December 21, 2018.A constitutional crisis looms. President David Granger is fueling anxiety with his refusal to accept the rule of law; refusal to respect the Constitution; refusal to admit his Administration has fallen; refusal to set a date for General and Regional Elections.An abdication of responsibility and a revealing flaw in leadership quality finally exposed to those with eyes to see. And for all this, the appeasers bow and scrape in efforts to spare him offence, hurt, ridicule or scorn.The appeasement of Granger runs the gamut of ridiculous to sublime. Dr David Hinds speaks to the subversion of the Constitution by Granger as “outmanoeuvring the Opposition” while journalist Dennis Chabrol’s question at a press conference posited Leader of the Opposition, Bharrat Jagdeo was ‘complicit’ in the impending crisis for not offering to extend the legally binding 90-day election clock.Chabrol knows that Granger has made no demands of Jagdeo for any extension or any other concession.Granger has simply shut his mouth and is allowing his minions to sow seeds of confusion.If Granger wants to legally occupy the office of the President past March 19, 2019, he will need assistance from Jagdeo; in return, he must acknowledge the Constitution as law and set out a plan for elections 2019.Then, and only then, can Jagdeo legally act! Without a date on the table, any act by Jagdeo to extend the life of the executive and legislature is just as illegal as Granger’s refusals to date.Editor, civil society actors, while fully acknowledging the intransigence of Granger as the source of angst, have still found ways to suggest that the solution lies with Leader of the Opposition who is urged into ‘action’.This is nothing more than a cry for leadership; nature abhors a vacuum, the silence from the incumbent Chanderpaul Drive is unnerving the populace.While APNU/AFC wages a ‘shadow’ campaign with taxpayers monies, sing of ‘war’ at Congress Place, make the vilest claims of extra-judicial killings of ‘black’ people, the PPP/C is talking about the issues of corruption, mismanagement, incompetence, cronyism and nepotism of this tiny cabal. Despite the starkly different approaches to the 2019 election campaign, another set of appeasers would have you believe that the approach of the PPP/C is the same as APNU/AFC.Timothy Jonas talks of “the two major parties being divisive and seeking to polarise” while McCormack’s Guyana Human Rights Organisation (GHRA) in calling for “an agreement by the two major political parties to stop fueling ethnic insecurity” said “both parties are beginning to mobilise in ways that do not inspire confidence”.I would suggest that such commentators are simply dusting off old sentiments and have not done any actual observing. In every public statement, press conference or meeting, the PPP/C has been vociferous in its calls for inclusivity, urging its supporters to recognise the evolution that is happening within the ranks of the party.Yet the GHRA executive has seemingly not noticed, as they also failed to notice PNC’s Health Minister’s public announcement of a party card requirement for job seekers.If you cannot be fair nor balanced in observation, your credibility is eroded and your organisation becomes as fossilised as the leadership.During a recent conversation with longstanding member of the PPP, Shirley Edwards MP, a grand old lady who lived through the horrors of ethnic warfare in 1962 but who holds no rancour, and talks with passion about the strides the people of our nation have made towards racial harmony “Race relations have been evolving and I believe we are witnessing the first elections where issues are the main focus, not the colour of skin” this coupled with the burgeoning multi-ethnic membership of the PPP/C is enough to dispel thoughts that the party has any interest in stirring ethnic insecurities or needs political partners to ably represent all ethnicities in Guyana.Guyanese must stop this practice of appeasement and stand up to bullyism; social commentators must be brave enough to stand up to the APNU/AFC. Appeasers are reminded that the undecided are always the first meal of the dictatorial crocodile.Respectfully,Robin Singhlast_img read more

2017 Budget unconscionable, a waste of time

first_img…brace yourself for what is about to come ‒ ManickchandUnconscionable, a waste of time and an exercise in futility were the reaction to the 2017 National Estimates by former Education Minister Priya Manickchand, as she made her presentation on the annual debate which got underway Monday in the National Assembly.Former Education Minister Priya Manickchand during her presentation in the National AssemblyManickchand, a frontbencher in the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), in an impassioned presentation joined her colleague Parliamentarians in the Opposition benches, to call on Government to withdraw the Budget and craft a new one in keeping with the guidelines of the Constitution of Guyana.She was in fact adamant that the reaction on the part of Government ministers to the growing voices of discontent is indicative of a disrespectful, arrogant and insensitive Administration which is simply being a bully.The coalition A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government, according to Manickchand, “is being a bully.”The former Government minister in the PPP/C Administration told the House that the 2017 Budget is the first such in recent history that has been so widely criticised by formal bodies, such as the Private Sector Commission (PSC), in addition to the citizenry.Manickchand told the House that she would have been happy to be able to congratulate the Minister on an early Budget, had its contents been in keeping with the needs of the people.She dismissed the 2017 Budget as a short-term spending plan—a plan that does not define a trajectory for the nation over the next five or ten years.The Budget instead lacks innovation since there are no plans to promote growth, she said.Manickchand told the debate that the Budget is also devoid of any measures that would tackle the constraints facing the private sector, such as unavailable human capital, high energy costs and lack of access to capital.Reminding the House that as Opposition Members of Parliament, her colleagues are representing a vast section of the Guyanese population, Manickchand boldly asserted that the 2017 Budget is in fact useless and ill thought out.MisleadingSpeaking to some of the effects of the allocations and measures in the 2017 Budget, Manickchand used the occasion to rubbish the decision by Government to apply Value Added Tax (VAT) to all of the budget agencies.According to Manickchand, this in itself defeats the arguments by Finance Minister Winston Jordan, who had suggested that the spending on Education has been increased over the previous year.Manickchand countered, saying that the Minister is being misleading since with the application of VAT at least $1 billion has been slashed from the Ministry’s expenditures.She suggested that the monies being taken back by Government could have in fact been invested to upgrade the infrastructure in the education system, but what obtains is that Government has in fact robbed the children of the nation.A visibly livid Manickchand also railed against Government’s decision to apply VAT on education materials and queried if Government had seriously thought out the consequences of the collective Cabinet decision.According to the former Education Minister, there are more than 15,000 students in Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica) alone that attend private schools and will now be subjected to paying fees that will now attract a 14 per cent VAT.Manickchand queried if Government was prepared to accommodate those students should they be unable to afford private schools.Taxing the nationShe lambasted the Administration’s inability to present a long-term developmental plan such as serious investments in the University of Guyana, a Deep Water Harbour, or investments in human capital.“There is nothing new in this Budget, just an attempt to tax the nation… it is a waste of time, it’s useless, an exercise on futility, it is a waste of time in terms of developing this country,” according to Manickchand.She stated that what Government is in fact focused on is taxes on just about everything, including educational and medical services and supplies.“People now have to pay VAT on medical services, on medicines,” Manickchand said, and suggested that persons cannot even afford to get a headache now since medications will now be 14 per cent more expensive.She lambasted too the imposition of VAT on accessories required by the differently abled.Manickchand observed that in a year when the Finance Ministry boasts of a sign language interpreter for the presentation of the 2017 Budget, the Minister has instead slapped VAT on hearing aids.The former Education Minister also lambasted the Administration over the proposed measure to remove items from the zero-rated list that would in fact drive up the cost of living for all.“This is a brace-your-self budget… Brace yourself Guyana for what is about to come,” Manickchand said, even as she sought to castigate the decision to apply VAT on the staple of any child’s education—play dough.According to Manickchand, the promises of the APNU/AFC coalition were in fact big fat lies, and that Budget 2017 now only promises prosperity by taxation. (Gary Eleazar)last_img read more

The look
first_imgRe: “Korean-Americans fearing backlash” (April 18): I am a black American, and the first thing I do when there is any kind of rape, murder or robbery is hope the person who committed the crime is not black, because I know the whole black race will be associated with the crime. I think most minority groups do the same thing. Can the same be said about Caucasian people? When Geoffrey Dahmer was eating black people, I didn’t think all whites were looking to eat me alive. But when the Rodney King verdict was announced, I couldn’t walk down the street without getting the look. All minorities know what the look is. So don’t clump all Koreans with the act of one mentally disturbed person. In turn, I won’t lock my door just because a white person is crossing the street. – Kevin Streaty Granada Hills Religious motive? I’m sure they will uncover an excess of religious morality instruction in Cho Seung-Hui’s youth. His rant against girls and debauchery indicate that there was an insurmountable conflict between this morality training and his natural instinct to seek comfort and closeness with the most alluring girls in our society, college coeds. It was just overwhelming. In trying to prevent this type of disaster in the future, I suggest that all the institutes of higher learning initiate a “buddy system” wherein every freshman is assigned an upperclassman as a “big brother/sister.” This would uncover any basic psychological problems and, at the same time, make it easier for shy and timid students to assimilate and learn to handle their new environment. – Bernard Lehrer Ventura Land of make-believe We live in a violent society. Some of the most successful computer games are based on crime. “Grand Theft Auto” has made Take Two Interactive a very profitable company. When we look at TV, there is a plethora of crime shows. How many “CSI” versions are there? Another channel offers “Law and Order” in various versions. There are too many crime shows to list them all here. What does this say about our nation? Is it any wonder that killing occurs on our high school and college campuses? It’s all make-believe, right? – Don Evans Canoga Park Islamophobia Re: “American Muslims beginning to fear that `Islamophobia’ is gripping the U.S.” (April 11): In a nation that prides itself on diversity and inclusiveness, hate against one minority – American Muslims – still goes unchallenged and is even legitimized. Islamophobia, or the irrational fear of Islam and Muslims, continually leads to hate crimes and discrimination against Muslims and those perceived as such. Is it any surprise then, when we are confronted with a Gallup poll reporting that about 40 percent of Americans favor special IDs for Muslims, including U.S. citizens? If that kind of action was advocated against any other minority, such as blacks, Italians, Jews or Asian-Americans, there would be an uproar across the country. Let us stop demonizing one another. Let us have the courage to stand up for our American values, by showing respect and fair treatment toward each minority. Hate and fear are the hallmark of cowards, and in the end, hurt each one of us. – Masoud Nassimi Westminster `Expert’ opinion Re: “American Muslims beginning to fear that `Islamophobia’ is gripping the U.S.” (April 11): As an American Muslim, I get to hear firsthand some of the things that the community faces at work, in our public elementary schools as well as in our stores and malls. It is nice that these feelings in the American Muslim community are being brought to the surface so that some light is shed on it – sunlight is the best disinfectant. However, I noticed that in the article Daniel Pipes was noted as an “expert.” I take issue with such a classification because Pipes has shown constantly that he is an extremist. His long history of inflammatory comments proves that he is a divisive opportunist who feeds on fear and alienation rather than community building and mutual respect and understanding. – Affad T. Shaikh Palmdale Gun-control logic Re: “Bill tightening ammo-buying rules advances” (April 18): Gang crime is up 40 percent, so our illustrious Mayor Villaraigosa and his sidekicks, Sheriff Baca and Police Chief Bratton, have sponsored a bill that will make it more expensive and time-consuming for law-abiding citizens to purchase ammo for their handguns. How brilliant. I have a much better idea the posse should implement instead. Why don’t you try enforcing the immigration laws already on the books and reverse your policy making Los Angeles a sanctuary city for breeding alien criminals, i.e. gang members? California already has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country that only serve to punish law-abiding gun owners. Those laws forced almost every gun store in the city to close or move to Simi Valley or Burbank. They didn’t work, did they? – Bob Budworth Woodland Hills DWP economics Re: “DWP adds to in-house work crews” (April 18): O.K., let’s see, outside contractor … Cheaper, faster and with more quality. Soooo, we need the DWP trunkline crews because … why? – Bill Merriman Tujunga Union blues “DWP crews costly choice” (April 17): This article is an excellent example of how throughout our nation unions are costing the average taxpayer more and more in taxes. The quality of our public-school system nationwide gradually has declined to its present point because the NEA hierarchy is concerned with having political clout and does not care about our kids’ academics. I know the history of the American union movement. My dad was a union organizer in the early 1930s, and he was blackballed from getting a job in the entire state of Ohio because he was a union organizer. But part of the human nature is to go from one extreme to another extreme. I am not anti-union, but the unions have become too extreme. – Allen Conley Heatherly Reseda Stop red-light cams Re: “Red-light photos in slow lane” (April 16) The ill-conceived “red-light cameras” suffer from more than just electronic problems: Their cost of $12 million could pay for traffic officers to patrol any problem intersections. Most crashes at intersections do not involve running red lights, per LAPD statistics. The selection of the intersections does not start out with those with the highest number of crashes. The adjustment of the yellow-light length by one second can result in many extra tickets being written without any significant danger being created. Finally, this “Big Brother” ticket-imposing program has been deliberately made into an unfair money-making regime rather than being revenue-neutral. – Carl Olson Woodland Hills Investigate Pelosi A full investigation should be made of both Nancy Pelosi and Tom Lantos, who have violated both the Constitution of the United States and the Logan Act of 1798. The Constitution gives the authority to conduct foreign policy to the president of the United States. The Logan Act forbids anyone, without administrative consent, to communicate with a foreign government as to controversies with the United States. Pelosi’s trip to Syria without the consent of the president was clearly a breach of both of these rules of law. Tom Lantos, who accompanied Pelosi, was quoted as saying that they were presenting another option as to U.S. diplomacy. They both should be required to personally pay for their entire trip. -Robin G. 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Guardiola surprised by Silva’s success in Eng

first_imgSilva will leave City with an array of honours which already includes four league titles, four League Cups and two FA Cups.The Spaniard is guaranteed a permanent place in the club’s folklore, but Guardiola admitted he could not have foreseen such a career when Silva left Valencia for the Etihad in 2010 for what now seems a bargain £24 million ($29 million) move.“You can play a good season but he’s done it for 10 seasons, it is almost incredible. Big congratulations. For all the City fans – me included – it is a privilege,” said Guardiola.“Hopefully in his last season, he can be here and be who he is, play the way he wants to play and we will try to make him happy.”– ‘I was wrong’ –Guardiola was a big admirer of Silva during his time in Spain, but admitted that even he has been surprised by his success in England.“He’s one of the most intelligent players I’ve ever seen,” he said.“Moving in these small spaces he’s really good, one of the best.“But he’s tiny, a little player, not a box-to-box player and my image of England from the outside, I thought ‘maybe he’s going to suffer’. Happily, I was wrong.“That was my first impression. But obviously from the beginning, it is not just a fact that David played well this season or two seasons ago. He’s played well with all the managers, Roberto (Mancini), Manuel (Pellegrini) and with us.“He’s a huge competitor. How he reacts to the bad moments. His specific qualities help him survive in the Premier League. He should be so proud.”Silva was also selected to succeed Vincent Kompany as City’s club captain this season, a decision taken collectively by the first team squad.And while Guardiola acknowledged he is a very different personality to the more vocal, charismatic Kompany, the Catalan approved of the decision.“He’s a nice guy, a normal guy,” said Guardiola. “He has a lot of experience, knows exactly what the team needs, what he has to do.2Every captain is different, has a different personality. But I’m not going to say anything about it, he has to do what he believes. The players chose him, I’m not involved.”0Shares0000(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Silva surprise: Pep Guardiola praised David Silva’s ability to adapt to English football © AFP / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Aug 23 – David Silva is in line to make the 400th appearance of his extraordinary Manchester City career with manager Pep Guardiola admitting he never expected his star playmaker to survive in the English game.The 33-year-old will reach the landmark should he play in City’s visit to Bournemouth on Sunday at the start of what will be his last season in the Premier League.last_img read more

DDTV: A SHORT FILM ON THE LIFE AND DEATH OF SMOKER GERRY COLLINS

first_imgDDTV: Gerry Collins, the former smoker who, along with his family, has led this year’s QUIT campaign has inspired thousands of Donegal people to stop smoking.Gerry sadly passed away in March and as part of his and his family’s final contribution to the QUIT campaign, we are publishing a new short film called Gerry’s Story – a short film about family, loss and gratitude. The film is a final summation of Gerry’s message for smokers and for everyone.It includes many of the moments and messages that we’ve seen in his three TV ads, but allows for a more detailed and deeper picture of himself, his circle of friends and family life, the thoughts of his loved ones, how it was for all of them to be part of the campaign, and their shared experience of his smoking, his illness and his final months.Please click play to watch – and please share it.  DDTV: A SHORT FILM ON THE LIFE AND DEATH OF SMOKER GERRY COLLINS was last modified: June 17th, 2014 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) Tags:final filmGerry CollinsQUIT campaignsmokervideolast_img read more

Huge defender bid, Euro 2016 hero move: need to know Chelsea transfer reports

first_img Carlos Tevez wanted by Conte – Tevez has confirmed in an interview with Radio La Red that he rejected a move to Chelsea after receiving a direct phone call from Conte. He said: “Conte called me to go to Chelsea, and I told him no. I wasn’t in a good way, and I had to think about a lot of things. It was Boca or retire”. 5 Read all about the Gabriel Barbosa report, below, then click the arrow, right, to see all the latest Chelsea transfer rumours – ‘Gabigol’, as he is known in Brazil, is still on the Blues’ radar after his proposed move to Juventus has stalled, report Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport. They say there is a dispute over the player’s ownership as Santos only own 40 per cent of the player, while his parents also own 40 per cent and Doyen Sports Management own the remaining 20 per cent. 5 5 5 Jeffrey Bruma return? – Another player who has said he rejected the Blues this summer is former defender Bruma. Bruma rose through the academy before being sold to PSV in 2013 and after joing Wolfsburg this summer, he told German newspaper Bild: “I could have re-signed for Chelsea, who wanted me. Wolfsburg is a club where I can play. At Chelsea or Inter, it would have been difficult for me to make the next step.” 5 Euro 2016 hero William Carvalho Blues-bound? – Chelsea will go head-to-head with Everton for the signature of Carvalho from Sporting Lisbon. The Daily Mirror report that Conte has targeted the Euro 2016 winner after missing out on Roma’s Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan. With just over two weeks until the Premier League season kicks off, Chelsea are looking to make some more moves in the transfer market.The Blues have already brought in N’Golo Kante from Leicester City and Michy Batshuayi from Marseille for a combined £63m but Antonio Conte is hoping to add to those with another three or four signings.Chelsea are looking to regain the Premier League title they did so little to defend last season and Conte is reportedly working them very hard in preseason in order to make sure they do.But which new faces could be at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground by their opening game against West Ham on August 15?Click the arrow above, right, to see all the latest Chelsea transfer rumours. Kalidou Koulibaly to boost Chelsea’s defence – Chelsea have made a new £38m bid for Koulibaly, according to Sky Sports Italia. The Napoli defender is refusing to sign a new deal with the Serie A club and his agent Bruno Satin confirmed this week that Chelsea are in for Koulibaly. He said: “Chelsea still want him and there’s time to close the deal. We’ve decided to leave for economic reasons. After what happened to Higuain though, Kalidou will not be leaving for Juventus or another competitor.”last_img read more

JOB VACANCY: BUSY CAFE SEEKS MANAGER

first_imgA busy Letterkenny cafe is seeking to appoint a manager.The ideal candidate should have at least three years experience in the catering or restaurant business.An excellent remuneration package awaits the ideal candidate. Please apply by sending your CV to admin@donegaldaily.com.The closing date for CVs is next Friday, April 17th.JOB VACANCY: BUSY CAFE SEEKS MANAGER was last modified: April 13th, 2015 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:CafédonegalJob Vacancyletterkennylast_img read more