Please forward this error screen to sharedip-160153129208. Monaco midfielder Fabinho is keen on forcing through a summer move to Manchester United. Jose Mourinho wants Juan Mata out of Manchester United and Chelsea star Willian in to replace him. 20million-england exit attempt from Newcastle to sign skipper Tom Cairney.
West ham boss David Moyes watched Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli against Leeds on Tuesday. Cardiff captain Sean Morrison has been filmed in an expletive-filled rant aimed at Derby players. Everton and Bournemouth are keeping tabs on Egyptian sensation Mahmoud Hassan. Sunderland, Birmingham and Hull are battling it out for Doncaster star Niall Mason.
Chelsea have stepped up their interest in making Massimiliano Allegri their next manager. Cristiano Ronaldo attempted an almost-identical overhead kick in training before scoring his stunner against Juventus. 70million-per-year from Chinese Super League clubs to play for LA Galaxy. Man City’s Kevin de Bruyne has revealed he has voted for Mo Salah as PFA Player of the Year in a leaked photo. Javier Hernandez is preparing to consider his future again at West Ham this summer. Mousa Dembele’s desire for a new three-year contract could scupper talks to stay at Tottenham.
Arsene Wenger is considering breaking a vow to David Ospina and recalling Petr Cech for Arsenal v CSKA. Barry triggers optional year extension West Brom midfielder Gareth Barry has triggered an optional 12-month extension, according to Sky sources. Regionals: Real interested in Utd trio Back-page headlines from Wednesday’s regional newspapers as Real Madrid are reportedly interested in three Man Utd players. Did Liverpool’s clean sheet against Manchester City show they have fixed their much-criticised defence?
Manchester City had been warned before but once again they were unable to cope with Liverpool at Anfield. Ray Wilkins remembered We recall Ray Wilkins’ career in football following his death at the age of 61. England were bowled out for just 96 as they lost a low-scoring Under-19 World Cup quarter-final against Australia by 31 runs. Lloyd Pope was Australia’s match-winner, the leg-spinner taking an incredible 8-35 – the best spell in U19 World Cup history – as England collapsed from 47-0, chasing 128 to win. Captain Jason Sangha also played a crucial part, hitting a half-century and then taking three sharp slip catches off Pope, including a stunning one-handed grab to dismiss England opener Tom Banton for a 53-ball 58.
Those fifties for Sangha and Banton were the only scores of note in the game, though, with the bowlers dominating throughout 57. A whirlwind encounter began with Australia winning the toss and electing to bat, only to find themselves 28-4 after six overs. That soon become 65-6 and it took a patient half-century from Sangha to hold the innings together. However, he eventually fell to Will Jacks for 58 and Australia’s innings was brought to a close soon after, 127 all out after 33. England’s reply began positively and they had advanced to 47-0 before Liam Banks was stumped off Pope to trigger an almighty collapse. England skipper Harry Brook was bowled by a googly next ball and when Banton fell, 47-0 had become 71-4. Another Pope wrong ‘un wrapped up the match, bowling Pennington to send Australia through to the semi-finals.
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Funding is concentrated in three geographic regions including Indianapolis, New England and Seattle. SOCIAL SERVICESImmigrants, Refugees and Asylees – We are interested in supporting efforts to address economic, linguistic, legal and psychological hurdles that foreign-born individuals and their children face during integration into American society and its economy. Workforce Development – We are interested in ensuring that all individuals have access to both jobs skills training and the support services necessary to enable them to participate fully in the economic life of their communities. ARTS AND EDUCATIONWe support primary and secondary education, including initiatives that emphasize classroom instruction. We support arts education programs that foster critical thinking skills and creativity. A PATTERN OF CHANGE: Investing in Job Skills Instead of Juvenile Detention.
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