Obey Our Order In Letter And Spirit: SC ‘Requests’ Madras HC [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesObey Our Order In Letter And Spirit: SC ‘Requests’ Madras HC [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK4 Sep 2020 9:37 AMShare This – xWe request the High Court to obey our order in letter and in spirit, the Supreme Court said taking note of the fact that the Madras High Court did not comply with its direction to dispose of a writ petition within the time stipulated by it.MG Saravanan had filed a writ petition before the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court against setting up of a Petroleum Retail Outlet…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginWe request the High Court to obey our order in letter and in spirit, the Supreme Court said taking note of the fact that the Madras High Court did not comply with its direction to dispose of a writ petition within the time stipulated by it.MG Saravanan had filed a writ petition before the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court against setting up of a Petroleum Retail Outlet Station contending that the distance between the Outlet sought to be set up and the school is within the prohibited (as per a GO issued by Tamil Nadu Government) distance of 100 meters. The High Court initially granted a status quo order, but later vacated it after hearing some of the respondents, without giving any reason.When the Special Leave Petition filed by Saravanan against the vacation of Interim order came up before the Apex Court, it requested the High Court to take up the matter and dispose of the same within a period of two weeks.When the matter again was brought up after more than two months by filing a miscellaneous application, the bench headed by Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman noted that the case was being shuttled between Madurai and Madras benches of the High Court. Therefore, the bench, also comprising of Justices Navin Sinha and Indira Banerjee ordered:”Despite the fact that by our order dated 18.06.2020, we had requested the High Court to take up the matter and dispose of the same in two weeks, unfortunately, this has not been done, as the matter was shuttled between Madurai and Madras. We, therefore, request the High Court to obey our order dated 18.06.2020 in letter and in spirit. The Madurai Bench is, therefore, requested to take it up on priority basis and dispose of the same immediately.”Click here to Read/Download OrderRead OrderNext Storylast_img read more

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Woods ‘never ceases to amaze’ as peers tip their hat to greatness

first_imgBy Andrew BothCHIBA, Japan (Reuters) – Tiger Woods’ peers have learned over the years never to be surprised at anything he accomplishes and are braced for a further onslaught from the greatest player of their era, and perhaps any era.After months of mediocrity following his 15th major title at the Masters in April, Woods emerged from metaphorical hibernation to match Sam Snead’s record 82 wins on the PGA Tour on Monday.His three-stroke victory at the Zozo Championship, in his first start after knee surgery two months ago, seemingly came out of nowhere, proving once again that quality never goes out of style. At 43, Woods does not hit the ball as far as many of his current rivals, but has found a way to win without overpowering a course in the manner of his prime. “It never ceases to amaze really,” 2013 Masters champion and former world number one Adam Scott told Reuters, noting the roller coaster that Woods has been on this year.“When he wins the Masters you’re like ‘he’s going to break Jack (Nicklaus’s record of 18 majors), that’s a guarantee’ and then by August you’re not sure if he’s ever going to play again and now after that break of two months he comes back and wins here off an extended break.”“If he’s going to tee it up you can never count him out. He’s not consistently dominating like we once was, like we all got used to but he has this incredible talent and gift of getting the golf ball in the hole. His form is going to come and go but that gift is not going away.”Other major champions were similarly impressed. Rory McIlroy, who at age 30 has 17 PGA Tour victories, duly noted that he would have to win six times yearly for the next decade to approach 82 wins. And this year’s British Open champion Shane Lowry sounded more like a fan than a man who won a major championship three months ago.“He’s my golfing idol and sporting idol,” said Irishman Lowry. “He’s the best that’s ever lived. It doesn’t surprise me whatever he does.”This year’s U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland played the final two rounds with Woods, and saw up close what the man is still capable of. “The ball-striking exhibition I’ve seen the last two days is a joke,  so I don’t see him stopping any time soon,” Woodland said. “Eighty-two’s pretty special. I think there’s a lot more in store.”last_img read more

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Grant Murphy stepped up in his 1st-career game as a short-stick midfielder

first_img Published on March 7, 2018 at 11:02 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] Syracuse players quickly swarmed Ryan Simmons, whose game-winning goal lifted the Orange over Army in triple overtime. The attention then quickly turned to goalie Dom Madonna, who completed the 45-yard dart to put Simmons in position to score.But when freshman defender Grant Murphy opened his locker after the win, his phone wouldn’t stop buzzing. In the minutes from the final goal until he reached his locker, Murphy received 15 Snapchats and 15 texts, he said.“It was just a barrage from everyone,” Murphy said. “All from family, and teammates and friends.”In his first ever game as a short-stick defensive midfielder, Murphy captured the final ground ball that led to Simmons’ game-winner. While Simmons and Madonna stood in the spotlight following Syracuse’s (3-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) come-from-behind victory against the Black Knights, Murphy made one of the biggest plays of the game while playing out of position. Prior to that game, Murphy had only even held a short stick a handful of times in his life, he said.“That was the first time ever in a game scenario,” Murphy said. “In practice maybe two or three times and none in my high school career.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMurphy had grown up playing defense in his hometown of Woodlands, Texas. At Woodlands (Texas) High School, Murphy was the only freshman on the varsity roster.“You could see the writing on the wall that he was going to be talented,” Woodlands head coach Keith Tintle said. “Right off the bat … he had the natural ability.”Murphy thrived with a long pole in high school, earning U.S. All-America honors as a junior and senior before making his way to SU.Murphy did not see any action in the team’s first two contests against Binghamton and Albany, but with Tyson Bomberry and Andrew Helmer out with injuries against Army, the Orange needed to call on its bench.Murphy waited on the sidelines during the first half. His parents, Mandy and George, watched from their home in Woodlands. They saw him on television during the first half, standing by the coaches with his long pole. During the third quarter, SU volunteer assistant coach Steve Scaramuzzino motioned to Murphy to get ready to check in, but as a short-stick defensive midfielder.“(Scaramuzzino) said ‘Get ready’,” Murphy said. “He gave me a brief rundown of our entire defense and clears and rides in a matter of minutes.”Moments later, Mandy heard her son’s name called over the broadcast. Murphy scooped a ground ball, and when she saw the camera close in on his No. 90 jersey, she saw him with the short stick.“We were in complete shock,” Mandy said. “I was very nervous, he’d never been put in that situation before.”Murphy was just as nervous. He never had to play any offense with a short-stick.On offense, Murphy hesitantly caught and passed the ball, he said, afraid he would turn it over. But defense felt natural. When the fourth quarter came to a close, Murphy remained on the field. And he continued playing through both overtime periods.“Frankly I was a little surprised to see him out there,” Syracuse head coach John Desko said. “But with how he performed, he just got more and more runs.”As his play continued, teammate Nick Martin walked over to Murphy and told the freshman that he thought Murphy would make the play in overtime that would “seal (the game).” And he did, scooping a ground ball out of the faceoff scrum in triple overtime to give SU possession, which ultimately led to to the game-winning goal a little more than 20 seconds later.When Murphy opened his locker after the game and saw the endless notifications on his phone, he first opened the messages from Mandy, who was still in shock.“I’m like ‘Have you been practicing at short-stick middie?’” she said. “I asked him if he even had a short stick and he said, ‘No I had to borrow one.’”His family members weren’t the only ones in shock. Many of Murphy’s teammates didn’t know that he would be playing out of position either. His only response to them for why he was playing out of position was simple: “Anything to get on the field,” Murphy said.The only people who really had any idea that Murphy could see game experience with a short stick were members of the coaching staff and Tintle, whom Murphy told at an alumni lacrosse event over break, Tintle said. Murphy was surprised to hear the possibility raised as well.But he may continue at the new position. Against Army, Murphy scooped three ground balls. In SU’s 12-11 win over Virginia on Sunday he played as a short-stick defensive midfielder again, adding a ground ball and a shot on goal. Moving forward, with Bomberry and Helmer still injured, Murphy will likely see a lot of playing time, Desko said.“It’s nice to know that he can rise to the occasion.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Ntini to open cricket academy

first_img23 April 2008According to the annual BMI Junior and Adult Sporttrack surveys, Makhaya Ntini is the most popular sportsman in South Africa. His successful career is the crown jewel in the achievements of cricket development in the country, and now he is doing his bit to give youngsters an opportunity to follow in his footsteps.Ntini hails from Mdingi in the Eastern Cape and it was there that he was discovered as a cattle herder. Through the United Cricket Board’s (UCB) development programme he was offered a place at Dale College where he flourished and, with the continued support of the UCB (the forerunner of Cricket South Africa), he became an international star.“The Mdingi Express” wants other children to be given the chance he was given. “I want to see more black players coming through,” he said. “I started off with Baker’s Mini Cricket and then went through the development programme, and I believe there are other Makhaya Ntinis out there.”ProactiveHe has been proactive and is now creating the opportunities he spoke about by establishing an academy at the Willows Cricket Club in Mdantsane, East London, with the assistance of Old Mutual South Africa.Old Mutual is spearheading the fund-raising efforts and has jump-started the project by donating R500 000. In addition, the company’s employees have raised a further R70 000 for the initiative.The money was handed over to Ntini at a ceremony in Sandton on Monday. Speaking at the function, he said: “When you’ve played cricket for such a long time and people appreciate what you have done, this kind of thing means a lot. When you talk about legacy, it’s something that you give back to the kids, to South Africa, as a whole,” he said.Total costThe total cost of the academy will be R3-million, with the balance of the funds to be raised over the next 13 months. The building of academy is part of the heritage projects related to Ntini’s benefit year, which the Border Cricket Board granted to its long-time stalwart.The Proteas’ pace ace, along with Border Cricket CEO Themba Lupuwana, will be involved in the coaching of youngsters. He also aims to draw superstars from other countries to come and coach at the academy, players whom the children idolize, such as Shane Warne, Courtney Walsh, and Sachin Tendulkar.He has previously expressed concerns about the number of young black players coming out of the Eastern Cape, saying the numbers are falling, but he believes the academy will make a positive difference. He says it will bring coaching knowledge back into the rural areas, which is where he wants to focus his work.‘I will be hands on’Ntini also says he will be intricately involved in the day-to-day running of the academy. “I will be hands on,” he promised.Approaching 31 years of age, the greater part of Ntini’s international career is behind him, but the milestone of 100 tests is beckoning. He has played 87 tests so far and, with 344 wickets to his credit, is second only to Shaun Pollock, for the greatest number of test wickets taken by a South African.Ntini made his international debut for South Africa in January 1998, in a one-day international against New Zealand in Perth. It was a tidy beginning as he captured 2 for 31 in 10 overs. South Africa won the game by 67 runs.His test debut came in March 1998 in the first test against Sri Lanka in Cape Town. He claimed 1 for 57 and 1 for 17 in a 70-run victory for the Proteas.SA’s best test analysisTen years on, he owns the best ever bowling analysis in a test match by a South African of 13 for 132, which he claimed in the second test against the West Indies in Trinidad in 2005, with innings hauls of 6 for 95 and 7 for 37.During his career, “the Mdingi Express” has also ranked in the top five of the world test and one-day international bowling rankings, and he has won all the major awards at the annual South African Cricket Awards.One day, he hopes, he will proudly witness a player making his mark, winning awards, having followed a path previously trodden by his role model, Makhaya Ntini, thanks to an academy in the Eastern Cape.Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Trade news offers some optimism for pork producers

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest News on the trade front is getting better for U.S. pork producers as the Trump administration announced it wants to negotiate trade agreements with the European Union, Japan and the United Kingdom. The National Pork Producers Council commended the administration for its ambitious trade agenda.The administration recently updated agreements with Canada and Mexico and with South Korea that maintained the U.S. pork industry’s zero-tariff access to those important markets, three of the top five destinations for U.S. pork exports.“We’ve got the momentum on trade headed in the right direction now,” said NPPC President Jim Heimerl, a pork producer from Johnstown, Ohio. “Producers are hurting because of retaliatory tariffs on pork, which were prompted by the administration’s efforts to realign U.S. trade policy. But producers have been patient, and now that patience is starting to pay off, particularly if we get a trade deal with Japan.”Since Trump took office in January 2017, NPPC has been urging the White House to begin trade talks with countries in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region, beginning with Japan, the U.S. pork industry’s No. 1 export market. It also has called for deals with the Philippines and Vietnam.NPPC also has been supportive of trade negotiations with the United Kingdom, provided that the U.K. is willing to eliminate all non-tariff barriers and embrace U.N. food-safety standards and other international standards.“NPPC will not support a deal with the U.K. unless it agrees to equivalence, meaning that all USDA-approved pork and pork products must be eligible for export to the U.K. without additional requirements,” Heimerl said. And while the organization is open to trade negotiations with the U.K., it is skeptical about EU intentions.“The EU has played the United States like a drum in the past,” Heimerl said. “This must stop. We expect the Trump administration to require the EU to eliminate all tariff and non-tariff barriers to U.S. pork so we can export with no additional requirements.”While the trade news is good for U.S. pork producers, NPPC is continuing to press the Trump administration to resolve trade disputes with China and Mexico, including dropping tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the latter. Both countries imposed retaliatory tariffs on U.S. pork in response to the U.S. metals duties.last_img read more

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Newspaper Pay Walls Are A Good Thing – Here’s Why

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#journalism#Newspapers#pay-walls A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Guest author David Brauchl is chief communication officer for paid content strategy experts Piano Media. He was a professional news photographer for nearly 20 years, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize three times for his work in Sarajevo, South Africa and Germany.Newspaper publishers struggle to successfully monetize their online content, and they are not getting any help from journalism schools, despite the fact that these are the very institutions preparing young people to enter the shrinking field and the ones you’d think would be trying to help newspapers stay alive, not hasten their demise.Most people understand that the content found in newspapers costs money to produce. The cost of producing that content is not diminished when the content is distributed online.Nobody should understand that better than academic professionals in the field of journalism.Nevertheless, some in the field have become advocates for making content free, even to the point of encouraging students to circumvent newspaper pay-walls and, in some cases, showing them how it’s done.Teaching Students To StealOne example is Kristin Gilger, an Associate Dean at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, who recently sent an email to all associate faculty detailing how to avoid a paywall that The Arizona Republic had installed.“With the Arizona Republic/azcentral.com going to a pay wall, you may want to share the following info with your students (especially if they’re required to read the newspaper for your class),” Gilger wrote. “A PDF of the front page of the Republic is available at the Newseum Web site.”Gilger’s email set off a remarkable discussion among faculty in which several members detailed techniques for defeating pay walls. One professor, John Leach, explained to his colleagues how he circumvented all pay walls by using two computers, different browsers, deleting cookies and using the “incognito” feature on Google’s Chrome browser. He justified his subterfuge with the assertion that “the students need that money more than Gannett stockholders do.”Another professor, Paul Atkinson, claimed he had “found a bypass to websites like the NYTimes and LATimes that restrict access.” His detailed instructions were to “copy the headline from the website, paste it in a search tab. The results will show the title and source. Sure, it takes a few extra seconds, but I’ve never been denied access this way.”A Lone Voice Of DissentOnly one faculty member, former Wall Street Journal reporter Anthony Ramirez, questioned the majority’s view that paying for content was reprehensible, writing that “I’m troubled by this ballooning information-is-free ethos.”University professors routinely include local newspapers in their curriculum to provide students with valuable examples of journalism in action. Clearly they must understand the impact a newspaper’s failure would have on the local community.However, the presence of a discussion like this at a premier journalism school where the ethical position is the minority view shows how difficult the business of journalism has become.What is the source of this ethical collapse? When did even the people who depend on the future viability of the industry for the sustenance of their careers and the well-being of their families decide that stealing the news was an acceptable action? Who gave them that idea in the first place?Papers Brought This On ThemselvesOne answer could be that newspaper publishers themselves created their own undoing. Starting 1996, all the news that was fit to print was given away for free using a business model that was wholly advertising-supported. This approach worked for a while, with newspaper advertising revenue topping out in 2006 at $64 billion.What followed, however, was stagnation and decline. By 2011, advertising revenue from both digital and traditional sources dropped to less than $25 billion. Clearly, radical measures were needed to preserve the industry.Enter the New York Times. The Grey Lady developed a reasonable pay-wall system that provided the casual reader 10 free online articles from the newspaper per month. For more dedicated readers, the New York Times requested payment for an annual subscription.It worked. The paper gained more than 350,000 readers when the pay wall went into effect, and the business continues to add subscribers at a 10% rate quarter-on-quarter.A Wake-Up Call To Newspapers While the New York Times’ pay wall does not completely discourage content theft, the paper’s bold approach served as a clarion call to the industry. With astonishing rapidity, other media publishers have jumped on the bandwagon. Currently, 25% of all U.S. newspapers monetize their content through some sort of payment system. Of course, there will always be readers who are comfortable with stealing proprietary content. No publisher can control the ethics of their readership. However, publishers can control the technology.Until now, most content security was easily defeated by javascript, manipulation of cookies or browsers with incognito settings. Newspaper publishers, aware of the myriad flaws within their payment systems, have been ready for a solution.Why This Matters To MeHow do I know about this, and why do I care? Genes maybe. My grandfather was the publisher of the Wheeling, W.Va., newspaper in the 1950s. My brother has been the editor of two major U.S. newspapers, and I made my living for almost 20 years as a photojournalist, covering most of the major conflicts in the 1990s, everything from the breakup of Yugoslavia to the Russian incursion in Chechnya.I have worked for the wires, photo agencies, magazines, newspapers, even online, with Salon right when they launched. I know the value of news, how it impacts decisions made at the top, how it affects the people living in dire circumstances and how important a job being a journalist is.I believe in media, and I want to see it survive, which is why, after taking some time to heal from PTSD, I got back in and joined Piano Media, a Slovak company, because it seems to me these guys, or companies like them, are the ones who will help journalism save itself.The Piano Media Pay Wall SystemIn 2011 Piano Media developed a system that allowed publishers in Slovakia to bundle their prime content within a payment system and charge for it like cable TV. Subscribing readers paid one low price and received open access to everything within the system in return.Readers have been receptive. Our system works. Within a very short amount of time, we expanded into Slovenia and then Poland.We recognized that publishers in bigger markets were equally desperate to find ways to monetize content with technology that was both efficient and secure.So we purchased the rights to software that could closely track audience engagement, enabling us to offer a proven payment system that could not be defeated by cookie deletion, use of multiple computers, special browser settings or alternative devices. This new system is called Piano Solo, and we will start rolling it out in December 2012.I hope that our software will change discussions like the one that took place at ASU. No longer will teaching the wrong side of ethics and morality be easier than discussing both sides constructively.I also hope that these discussions will help us restore the sense of trust we once had for our news when it arrived every morning. david brauchlicenter_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more

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10 months ago​Trabzonspor confirm no Liverpool offer for Omur

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say ​Trabzonspor confirm no Liverpool offer for Omurby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTrabzonspor president Ahmet Agaoglu says Liverpool have not made an offer for Abdulkadir Omur. The 19-year-old, dubbed the ‘Turkish Messi’, has been linked with Liverpool in recent weeks, despite the club’s plethora of attacking talent.The Liverpool Echo reported this week that the Merseyside club were not interested in signing Omur this month, and Agaoglu has confirmed those reports.”If the numbers we want come from the lower teams of the European leagues, this offer is not [acceptable] in our opinion,” Agaoglu said. “[Omur] deserve[s] to play at the highest level in Europe.”[We] did not receive an official offer from Liverpool but there are offers from other clubs.” last_img read more

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RSS praises Air Force Modi govt for air strike in Pakistan

first_imgGwalior: The RSS Friday lauded the Indian Air Force (IAF) for hitting terror launch pads in Pakistan and also praised the government for taking the decision. A resolution to this effect was passed on day one of the three-day meeting of the Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha, RSS’ highest policy-making body, which began here Friday. “The meeting passed an ‘abhinandan prastav’ lauding the IAF for the air strike and also praised the government for this decision,” RSS joint general secretary Manmohan Vaidya RSS told reporters. “The government has taken the right decision to deal with the anti-national forces and Indians should also remain cautious of such elements,” he said. The meeting also expressed deep sorrow over the Pulwama and other terror attacks that killed armed forces personnel, he said. “India’s sahishnuta (tolerance) should not be treated as its weakness,” Vaidya said. Around 1,400 members of the Pratinidhi Sabha including RSS head, Mohan Bhagwat and Sarkaryavaha Bhaiyaji Joshi are taking part in the meeting, which will also discuss the Sabrimala temple issue, he said. Vaidya said the Kerala government is working against the spirit of Supreme Court ruling on the shrine by playing with the faith of Hindus and forcing entry of women who are not Hindus in the temple. On the Ram temple issue, he said all those associated with the matter are putting their views in the Supreme Court. “We have full faith in the judicial system and hope the all obstacles will be cleared and the temple constructed,” Vaidya said. He said no separate discussion will take place in the meeting on the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, adding the RSS believes that maximum number of people should vote. Participants at the three-day meet will share their ideas and experience on issues like social harmony, environment conservation, saving water, reducing use of plastic and tree plantation, Vaidya said. The number of RSS ‘shakhas’ (branches/units) increased this year, compared to last year, he said. In 2018, there were 58,967 shakhas and the number now is 59,266, he said. As part of the meeting, Sangh workers of 35 bodies associated with the RSS will place their views before Bhagwat, he said. The meeting will also decide next year’s agenda for the organisation, he added.last_img read more

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Pakistan foreign minister cancels Lanka visit amid security concern

first_imgIslamabad: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi cancelled his upcoming visit to Sri Lanka in the wake of the security situation in the island nation following the Easter Sunday suicide attacks which killed more than 250 people, a media report said Thursday. Qureshi was due in Maldives on May 2 and in Colombo from May 3 till May 5, but the visit was cancelled in light of the security situation in Sri Lanka, the Express Tribune reported, citing diplomatic sources. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: ReportA revised schedule for the minister’s visit would be released later. Nine suicide bombers carried out a series of devastating blasts that tore through three churches and three luxury hotels on the Easter Sunday. The Islamic State group has claimed the attacks, but the government has blamed local Islamist extremist group National Tawheed Jamath (NTJ) for the attacks. Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Muhammad Faisal said last week that Islamabad has offered “every possible” assistance to Sri Lanka in investigations into the terrorist attacks. “Pakistan will provide every possible assistance that Sri Lanka requests. This offer of support has been extended by the president, prime minister and the foreign minister to their counterparts in Sri Lanka,” he said. There were reports that Sri Lanka had sought assistance of the Punjab Forensic Laboratory but Faisal clarified that Pakistan “had not received any formal request from the Sri Lankan authorities”.last_img read more

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Watford youngster joins Atlanta United

first_img19-year-old Dion Pereira has joined Major League Soccer (MLS) side Atlanta United after 10 years with the English Premier League.Dion Pereira spent 10 years in the youth system of the English Premier League side, Watford.He played twice for the first team in 2017 but played regularly in the U23 team.And the 19-year-old has joined Major League Soccer (MLS) champions Atlanta United.What to expect from Watford V Arsenal? Taimoor Khan – September 8, 2019 Arsenal are set to take on Watford this weekend and the game is definitely going to be quite a peculiar contest between two sides…“We’re pleased to welcome Dion to the club and look forward to him joining the squad as we head into the 2019 season,” vice president and technical director Carlos Bocanegra said to the club’s official website.“We identified him as a young, technical player who we believe will adapt well to Atlanta United and MLS.”He is waiting for his work visa now.last_img read more

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