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Ashley Young set to stay at Old Trafford

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first_img Promoted ContentItalians Go Out On Balconies To Sing & Play Various InstrumentsInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces? SunSport reported yesterday how the 34-year-old’s proposed move to the San Siro was in doubt, with the Nerazzurri swapping winger Matteo Politano for fullback Spinazzola. The deal is a straight swap with no fee involved, with Roma looking to replace the injured Nicolo Zaniolo, and Inter desperate to add a left wing-back to their squad. Antonio Conte had been in talks to sign Young this month as he looked to bolster up his defence. Young – who has featured in 12 Premier League games this season – is out of contract in the summer and is free to talk to foreign clubs. The Red Devils had offered the former Aston Villa ace a new one-year deal, but the England international snubbed it as he looked to join Inter, resulting in him being left out of the squad that beat Norwich.Advertisement Loading… Manchester United full-back, Ashley Young, looks set to stay at Old Trafford with Inter Milan close to signing Roma star Leonardo Spinazzola. And it now appears that Young will be remaining at the Theatre of Dreams until the end of the campaign at least. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently stated that Young is still a crucial part of his side as he commented on his future at United. He said: “Ashley’s one of our players, he’s our captain. There’s loads of speculation and we’ve just got to handle that. We’re getting used to that in this club. “Ashley’s been very professional and focused, so I don’t think that’s going to change. “It’s a discussion that I and Ash will have if something comes up. For us, we haven’t got too many players fit and ready, so we need the ones we have. Read Also:Ashley Cole retires from active football “Ash has been very, very good for this club and he’s been a very good captain this season. Let’s see where we are in June. And we can see where we are in February as well.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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No. 1 Wisconsin hosts Mankato

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first_imgGREG DIXON/Herald photoThe Wisconsin women’s hockey team — fresh off a weekend sweep of No. 3 New Hampshire — hosts Minnesota State Mankato this weekend in WCHA conference play at the Kohl Center.The series against the Mavericks is the start of a five-game homestand for the Badgers that includes matchups with St. Cloud State and the U.S. Select Team.The Mavericks come to Madison with a 3-6-1 WCHA record, good for sixth place. The series will be the first matchup between the two this season.Top-ranked Wisconsin, which owns an undefeated record at 14-0-2 overall, enters the home series with plenty of momentum. Head coach Mark Johnson said in his Monday press conference that Wisconsin will not be overlooking Mankato.“There’s no layups right now within our league,” Johnson said. “And so as we approach it as a coaching staff — and I think the mentality of our players is very similar — no matter what we did Saturday or last Friday, that’s not going to help us beat Mankato on Friday afternoon.”Johnson’s press conference highlighted the successes of senior Jessie Vetter, leadership of senior Erika Lawler and intensity of junior Meghan Duggan. All three players have been integral parts of Wisconsin during their time at UW.Vetter picked up her 31st shutout of her four-year career at Wisconsin against New Hampshire last weekend in Florida, and Duggan and Lawler continue to be the driving forces behind the Badger’s explosive offense.Johnson noted the perseverance Vetter displayed as a sophomore and spoke about the steady growth that has contributed to the senior netminder being among the top goalies in the world today.“I think the biggest storyline with [Vetter] is that she redshirted her first year, and in our business, that’s real difficult to do, obviously, with our scholarships and the numbers that you carry,” Johnson said. “But we were able to talk that out that first year, and the end result is four years later you’re seeing an athlete that is certainly mature, has played at a very high level, has played at the international level, has a few gold medals in her back pocket.”Lawler, the Badgers’ captain, earned Johnson’s praise for her commitment to the program, her leadership qualities and her skills on the ice.“[Lawler] may not be big in stature, but she’s got a gigantic heart,” Johnson said. “And where the puck is, she’s going after it.”Duggan, who like Lawler is on the Badgers’ top 10 all-time scoring list, received acclaim from Johnson for her positive attitude.“She’s got some energy, and she just enjoys what she’s doing and certainly enjoys being here Madison and being part of our program and certainly has the opportunity to do some other things on the international level here in the next couple of years,” Johnson said. “And so I think she’s just enjoying what’s going on at this particular junction within her life.”When asked what makes this year’s team different from teams of past years, Johnson noted that the depth of UW’s forwards gives this year’s squad an edge. Lawler and Duggan lead the offense, but it is fueled by young goal scorers sophomore Hilary Knight and freshman Brooke Ammerman. The offense is also solidified by the strong two-way play of Angie Keseley, Jasmine Giles and many others.“I think after our first game down in Florida, when talking with the UNH staff, they were very impressed with the depth of our forwards, and I think probably right now, as I look back over the last month-and-a-half or two months, we’re pretty deep in those areas,” Johnson said. “And so teams will have difficult times matching up with our depth there. And so the scoring coming from different people on given nights really makes you difficult to defend against.”last_img read more

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Thunder Bay Theatre reveals fire damage

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.– On July 21, the John A. Lau Saloon caught fire from a welding accident.While firefighters weren’t able to save the saloon, they were able to stop the blaze from reaching the Thunder Bay Theatre.Though spared from the fire, the theatre still sustained serious water and smoke damage. Lucas Moquin, artistic director of the Thunder Bay Theatre, invited WBKB to see the extent of this damage. The impact of the fire was apparent as soon as Lucas led me into the lobby.“We had to, pretty much throw away all of the lobby furniture. Anything and everything, basically, down here had to pretty much be thrown.”In addition to the damaged furniture water and ash have pooled in light fixtures overhead, and the original wooden flooring has warped to a remarkable degree.Lucas then took me to the auditorium, where the stage itself will need to be completely replaced.He also showed me the stairway to the basement, coated in mold that started growing the day after the fire.The basement was where the cast and crew stored their props, costumes, and set materials; now, almost all of them have had to be discarded. Then we went upstairs to the second floor, home to the apartments Lucas his crew called home. In one kitchenette, a shard of glass from an exploded window lodged itself into the side of the fridge. The plaster ceilings have crumbled in some places, and the roof as a whole will need to be replaced entirely. “It’s gonna take a really long time to repair everything and make everything suitable for people to be in the building regularly.” Though the building was insured, Moquin said it will take some time to calculate the damages. Even after costs are calculated, repairs will be an extensive process. “We already knew we needed a new roof, but we can’t fix the roof or repair the roof or replace the roof until we fix the masonry, all the bricks. and we can’t do that without replacing all the windows and adjusting all the floors. So it’s gonna be a massive, massive undertaking.” Updates on the theater’s situation can be found on its website and Facebook page.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena County Library to begin relocation and renovationNext United Way wraps up school supply drivelast_img read more

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Tim Tebow told top NFL, MLB prospect Kyler Murray to ‘follow his heart’

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first_img Kyler Murray’s NFL decision ‘made sense,’ Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley says Kyler Murray received sound advice from another two-sport athlete before making the decision to focus on the NFL instead of MLB.Tim Tebow, the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, told Murray he should follow his heart when deciding between a baseball career that would start with the Athletics or preparing for the NFL draft. NFL Draft 2019: Opening odds favor Dolphins taking Kyler Murray “You know what? Don’t do it for your agents, or your friends and sometimes necessarily even your family. Do it for what’s on your heart, and don’t let other people define you. You’re going to have all these coaches that you look up to and everybody else that’s going to tell you what they think, but what’s most important is following your heart and your passion. And so, I don’t know, hopefully, he did that.”From one dual-sport player to another, Tim Tebow told Kyler Murray to follow his heart regarding Murray’s decision to become an NFL quarterback. pic.twitter.com/qkynrk0BSU— Deesha Thosar (@DeeshaThosar) February 16, 2019After last year’s baseball draft, Murray agreed to a minor league contract with Oakland that had a $4.66 million signing bonus attached. The deal allowed Murray to receive $1.5 million after approval last summer by the league and $3.16 million on March 1 — he now must return a portion of the money he received ($1,285,714).Murray, who was the talk of both leagues before making a decision earlier in the week, had 54 total touchdowns and only seven interceptions as the Sooners starter last season. He is ranked as the No. 2 quarterback in this class by ESPN draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay.center_img Murray, who won the Heisman last year during his only season as Oklahoma’s starting quarterback, announced Monday he was fully committing to football despite being selected ninth overall in the 2018 amateur baseball draft.”Kyler, I think he’s a really good young man, and I think this was a really tough decision for him,” Tebow told reporters Saturday when he arrived at Mets’ spring training. “He loves two sports, and I can really relate to that. And he went with something that he’s been really good at lately and dominating in. When we talked about it, and we did talk about that, I just gave him the advice to follow your heart. Whatever you’re passionate about. Related News “Football has been my love and passion my entire life. I was raised to play QB, and I very much look forward to dedicating 100 percent of myself to being the best QB possible and winning NFL championships,” Murray wrote in a statement posted on Twitter. Tebow, a former NFL quarterback, is now an outfielder in New York’s system. He spent time with the Broncos, Jets, Patriots and Eagles before pursuing baseball full time in 2016.last_img read more

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