Bayern Munich : Leroy Sané ne viendra pas cet hiver

first_imgLe Bayern Munich ne s’attachera pas les services de l’ailier international allemand de Manchester City Leroy Sané, actuellement en convalescence, lors du mercato hivernal, a annoncé le directeur sportif du club bavarois jeudi.“Non, ce n’est pas un sujet pour cet hiver”, a affirmé Hasan Salihamidzic lors d’une conférence de presse à Doha au Qatar, où le club allemand effectue son traditionnel stage hivernal, selon plusieurs médias allemands. Le directeur sportif clôt ainsi les rumeurs persistantes même après le transfert avorté de l’ailier l’été dernier. A l’époque, le Bayern avait tenté d’enrôler le prodige allemand de 23 ans pour renforcer ses ailes mais Sané s’était rompu les ligaments croisés d’un genou quelques jours avant la fenêtre de clôture des transferts. L’attaquant des Citizens a récemment repris l’entraînement mais aucune date n’a été donnée quant à son retour effectif sur les terrains.La sortie de Hasan Salihamidzic apparait comme une réponse, sèche, à son entraîneur Hansi Flick qui, la veille, avait réclamé des renforts alors que son effectif est décimé par les blessures. “Nous étudions chaque option mais renforcer notre effectif en hiver est compliqué”, a-t-il expliqué. Le joueur identifié doit “répondre à nos exigences et nous aider tout de suite, a-t-il précisé. C’est bien sûr difficile. Les meilleurs joueurs ne sont pas libérés par les clubs. Que ce soit un prêt ou un achat, nous étudions tout”. Salihamidzic s’est dit “surpris” par la “sortie médiatique” de Flick qui avait réclamé mercredi “deux joueurs au minimum”, notamment un défenseur et un ailier. Un latéral droit servirait de back-up pour Benjamin Pavard, qui pourrait alors de nouveau être utilisé en défense centrale, et l’ailier permettrait de pallier les absences sur blessure de Kingsley Coman ou dernièrement Serge Gnabry. Aucun dossier de transfert cet hiver ne serait très avancé, selon Salihamidzic, pour qui “l’avenir du Bayern ne dépend pas d’un défenseur droit”. Munich est actuellement troisième de Bundesliga à 4 points du leader Leipzig, et se prépare à affronter Chelsea en 8e de finale de Ligue des champions. AFP Partagerlast_img read more

Guyanese Diaspora in Canada donates ultrasound machines

first_imgThree ultrasound machines were donated on Friday to the Public Health Ministry from the Guyanese Diaspora in Canada.The donation was made through the Foreign Affairs Ministry on behalf of the Diaspora. This was made possible with contributions from North York General Hospital which donated the equipment to the Guyana Christian CharitiesThe three ultrasound machines that were donated on FridayConsulate in Toronto, Canada.During the handing over ceremony in the Ministry’s Brickdam compound, Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence said one of the donated machines will be given to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre, on the East Bank of Demerara; another to the CC Nicholson Hospital at Nabaclis, East Coast of Demerara; and the other machine to the Materials Management Unit of the Ministry.“The collaboration between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Public Health is in consonance with ongoing efforts which include the facilitating of the annual medical outreach by the Canada Guyana Outreach Mission (CANGO) who are members of the Diaspora in Canada,” Minister Greenidge is quoted by the Department of Public Information as saying.Meanwhile, Minister Lawrence emphasised that specialists who are assigned to these facilities would be most grateful because it means the turnaround time of them having information about their patients will be shorter with the improved capacity to administer treatment in a timely manner.The Guyana Christian Charity Canada Inc is a volunteer non-profit organisation that defines itself as dedicated to providing aid and assistance to Guyanese organisations, individuals and others in need.last_img read more

REF’S DECISION ROBS ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE IN MacRORY CUP BATTLE

first_imgSt Patrick’s Cavan 1-12 St Eunan’s Letterkenny 1-9 A GOAL in the 40th minute sorted out the first points of the Danske Bank MacRory Cup league in Drumragh, but it was a referee decision which swung this tie in favour of St Patrick’s.The goal came from a good move from Cavan with substitute Shane Fortune playing a super ball in for Brian Sheanon to shoot to the net from close range. After it however, Cavan seemed to lose their way a little and St Eunan’s came back to within a point with two minutes remaining.The Donegal lads then had an opportunity to score an equaliser from a free but, according to the referee took too long over it.He then threw the ball in, Cavan broke and Paul Leddy found the range. With Pearse Smyth adding another point in injury time, the Donegal boys were left disappointed.The star of the show from a Cavan point of view was Thomas Edward Donohue with three excellent first half points and another after the break. Those first half efforts came in response to a goal from Caolan McDaid in the 14th minute and helped Cavan edge ahead 0-6 to 1-2 at the break.David Tyrell tied the scores with a free on the resumption, only for Sheanon’s goal to split them again. Despite Tyrell’s accuracy from frees – he bagged six over the hour – it was to be a turnover from one apparently not taken quickly enough that ultimately denied his team a share of the spoils.St Patrick’s Cavan : Brian Sheanon 1-1, Thomas Edward Donohue 0-4, Ben Conaty 0-2, Thomas Galligan 0-1, Barry McKernan 0-1 free, Dara Kennedy 0-1, Paul Leddy 0-1, Pearse Smyth 0-1.St Eunan’s : Caolan McDaid 1-1, David Tyrell 0-6 frees, Michael Millan 0-1, Rory Carr 0-1. REF’S DECISION ROBS ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE IN MacRORY CUP BATTLE was last modified: October 9th, 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:MacRory CupSt.Eunan’s Collegelast_img read more

Chrissy Teigen plays Queen at baby shower

first_imgLos Angeles, Mar 7 (PTI) Model Chrissy Teigen and musician John Legend celebrated the impending arrival of their first child with a baby shower.Teigen, 30, and Legend invited friends and family to the fun-filled party which was held at Material Good in New York City, reported Ace Showbiz.Teigen uploaded some photos from the party on her Instagram.In one of the snaps, she was seen kissing her husband who smiled to the camera.The model also shared another picture featuring herself carrying her adorable bulldog Pippa.In the photo, she sported a bindi on her forehead as she donned a nude horse-patterned long coat atop a white tube dress.Teigen and Legend treated the guests to a lot of food, including cute cookies in various shapes like baby carriage and and crown.She later shared the photo of the cookies and captioned it, “Luckiest girls around.”The couple shared a similar selfie on their own Instagram.They declared themselves parents-to-be by wearing customised paper crowns with the words “Baby Mama” and “Baby Daddy” on them. PTI JCH JCHlast_img read more