Read Also: Frenedes’ £68m fee holding up Man United switchAaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire and Shaw have an average age of just over 24.And Solskjaer added: “We have got Diogo who is a great attacking full-back, Tim (Fosu-Mensah) is coming back who is 21 and played loads of games of Holland, and Axel (Tuanzebe) as a centre-back.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 But he warned Shaw that in-form Brandon Williams, 19, will challenge him in a bid to make sure he does not get complacent.Solskjaer said: “Potentially we have the best left-back in England. Luke has the potential to be the best one.“And that is the great challenge for him now, Brandon has come in and done so well.”United have one of the better defensive records in the Premier League despite their struggles this season.And Solskjaer is happy with his back line, which boats a number of young talents. The Manchester United boss claims the 24-year-old Old Trafford ace is England’s top left-back. Promoted Content13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneThe Rarest And Most Valuable Card In The Whole WorldThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is bigging up Luke Shaw as he prepares for a stern test at Liverpool.Advertisement Loading…
Anelda May Moll, 93, of Batesville, Indiana passed away on August 10, 2020 surrounded by her loving family at her home. She was born in Huntingburg, Indiana, to the late Fred and Jessie (Whipking) Stevens. On August 22, 1945 she married the love of her life, George Moll, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Oldenburg, Indiana. He preceded her in death on November 6, 1998. She was a member of Holy Family Church and the Knights of St. John Ladies AuxiliaryAnelda was a homemaker and a selfless caregiver, along with her husband George, they raised thirteen children. She is survived by six daughters: Margie (Denny) Dinn, Barb (Roger) Branigan, both of Indianapolis, Ruthie (Jim) Koetter of Greensburg, Rita (Dave) Paul, Betty (Dan) Rominger, Dottie (Rick) Hoff, all of Batesville; four sons: Joe (Cita) Moll of Milan, Mike (Amy) Moll, Paul (Dolly) Moll and Jerry (Brenda) Moll, all of Batesville; son in-law Eddie Obermeyer of Oldenburg; 38 grandchildren, 8 step grandchildren, 63 great grandchildren and 20 step great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by sons Tony, Bill, Gabriel and Leo Moll; her daughter Janey Obermeyer; daughter in-law Marina Moll; grandsons, John and Jeff Moll; brothers Harry, Charles and Marion Stevens and sister Lucille DeVita.Visitation will be Thursday, August 13th, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 12:30 p.m. at Holy Family Church with burial in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to the Cleo & Mary (Moll) Tebbe Scholarship Fund at Oldenburg Academy or the Holy Family Religious Education Fund. The current Governor’s mandate requires all attendees wear a facemask and observe physical distancing. The mask must cover the individual’s nose and mouth at all times. The family requests the Governor’s mandates be followed.
He added: “It would be incredible to be world champion. I already won the unofficial World Championships with Liege. “This year’s been incredible and whatever else happens is a bonus; I said that straight after Liege. “It’s not a normal race. It’s the end of the year, some guys are tired, some aren’t. “Nibali’s said from the start of the year he’s really aiming for it, on home turf. “All the competitors, the Colombians, Rodriguez, Valverde, they’re coming out the Vuelta strong. “They’ll be the hardest guys to beat, all the guys who did the Vuelta, and that’s why I wanted to do the Vuelta.” Martin’s Ireland team-mate and cousin Nicolas Roche did complete the Vuelta, finishing fifth overall behind Chris Horner of the United States. Roche and Martin could make a big impact on the race. “Nico’s going to be there a long way into the race and hopefully we’ll both be there in the finale and we can play off each other,” Martin added. “He’s had a really hard year as well. You don’t know what he’s going to come out with on the day. “I’m not saying I’m the ultimate leader straight away. “The form Nico had at the Vuelta, he could be the man as well.” Ireland’s Dan Martin expects Sunday’s Road World Championships road race in Florence to come down to the survival of the fittest. As it is, Martin knows home favourite Vincenzo Nibali, Tour de France winner Chris Froome of Great Britain, Spain trio Alberto Contador, Joaquim Rodriguez and Alejandro Valverde and Colombians Nairo Quintana and Rigoberto Uran are in stronger positions entering the 272-kilometre event in Tuscany. “I’m not as optimistic as I could’ve been, if I had have done the ideal preparation, which would’ve been the Vuelta,” said Martin, nephew of 1987 world champion Stephen Roche. “We’ll see. Anything can happen on the day. This time of year it is a case of one day you’re good, one day you’re bad. It’s the nature of it being the end of the year. “I think it’s going to be a gradual whittling down of the competition. “It’s going to be a real endurance race and a wearing down process. “If you’re still there at the end, it’s going to be… it’s 272km, it’s immense. It’s a huge distance, seven hours. “It’s going to be a hard race, but that’s what suits me.” Martin has shown time and again he has the capacity to suffer. After a stellar year capped by April’s win in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic and a Tour de France stage triumph in July, Martin is bidding to claim another high with the rainbow jersey in his sights. But for a crash in the Vuelta a Espana, which saw Martin abandon the race and spend a lengthy period off the bike nursing his wounds, the 27-year-old Birmingham-born Irishman would be even more bullish about his chances. Press Association
In the quest to remain undefeated, No. 8 Wisconsin will likely face its toughest test until 2014 Saturday afternoon when they host recently unranked Marquette.It’s also Wisconsin’s biggest nonconference rivalry game, which has only grown over the years through MU head coach Buzz Williams’ revival of the Big East program. Right now though, in 2013, the programs are trending in opposite directions.At the outset of the season, Williams’ gang had the upper hand on Wisconsin in national respect. The Golden Eagles began the season ranked 17th in the nation, just a skip higher than Wisconsin at 20.Fast forward five weeks and the Badgers (9-0) have crept into the top 10 while Marquette (5-3) has dropped three games in the nonconference slate, dropping from the rankings just this week.Furthermore, Wisconsin is returning home after beating Virginia 48-38 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Meanwhile, Marquette returns to the Dairy State following a 67-59 loss to San Diego State in the Wooden Legacy Tournament.Marquette is led by big man Davante Gardner in a majority of the scorebook, his 14 points and seven rebounds per game both ranking as team-highs. His help, however, has been rather spotty. Only two other Golden Eagles’ average more than eight points per game.Part of the statistical anomaly and what could play a role in Saturday’s game is the depth of each team. Marquette’s lacking of 10-point scorers is due, in part, to only one player, junior guard Derrick Wilson, averaging more than 30 minutes per game.Just eight Badgers average more than 10 minutes per game, but 11 Golden Eagles find their way to the floor for 10. It’s a different style of play, given a lack of overall experience returning, compared to Wisconsin’s experienced group of returnees.That group had been singled out, to an extent this season for their defense, abnormally porous under the tutelage of Bo Ryan. They’ve remained undefeated in large part to their offense, but that classic Wisconsin defense reared its face Wednesday night.They held Virginia to just 38 points for the game, by far a season low and the fewest points of any team in the history of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The root of that came from guard Josh Gasser’s game-long shutdown of Virginia’s do-it-all scorer Joe Harris. Harris managed just two points on 1-for-10 shooting.It was a welcomed sight for both Wisconsin’s players and fans. And between those two groups, Saturday’s game might just mean the most for those in the stands. Assistant coach Lamont Paris has seen much of it in his four years.“From a fan’s perspective,” Paris said to UWBadgers.com insider Mike Lucas. “It’s very intense.”
BOS, the Swedish Trade Association for Online Gambling, has urged the government to withdraw its suggested measures to tighten regulations on the online casino industry.BOS pointed out that initial concerns relating to an increase in online casino during the lockdown had not occurred, and that the imposition of new measures would have a further negative impact on chanellisation.Gustaf Hoffstedt, BOS Secretary General, stated: “The motive for the Ministry of Finance to implement the suggested measures has been an alleged increase of online casinos due to covid-19. That has proven to be inaccurate.“We therefore suggest that the Government withdraw these suggestions, also bearing in mind that they would have a negative impact on channelization.”In a statement, BOS emphasised that the country’s Ministry of Finance had been unable to provide substantial evidence that online casino activity had increased during the global pandemic.The response pointed out that the gambling vertical which had undergone the greatest change was the volume of those betting on sports, with levels having decreased substantially due to the cancellation of live events.Making a number of suggestions to the Ministry of Finance, BOS recommended that there should be monthly reports on the development of gambling verticals and channelisation rates for each gambling vertical.The statement added: “Without facts, the Government are in the risk of making decisions that have no connection to reality, decisions that might cause irreversible damage to the Swedish gambling regulation.“Decisions without facts based on the reality that causes harm to the gambling regulation is exactly what will happen is the government makes decisions in accordance with the revised proposal of the memorandum.“We can see that so far there have been no increase in online casino activity and that the proposed measures will have a negative impact on an already alarmingly low channelization rate for this gambling vertical.” LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Spelinspektionen reminds operators of AML responsibilities July 2, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Betsson outrides pandemic challenges as regulatory dramas loom July 21, 2020 Share
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlcona Community Schools will start interviewing for a K-12 music, band and choir director. By hiring a full time music teacher, band classes will increase from two days a week to five days a week. That doesn’t include reviving the school’s choir after a year’s long hiatus.If you’re interested in applying or know someone who is they can click ‘here‘ to apply.Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/WBKBTV/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/WBKB11 Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/wbkbtv/AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Lindamood-Bell expected to help students during summer monthsNext Alpena Hosts 2nd Annual Wildcat Football Bowling Party
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, (GNPC) headline sponsors of the national team, has asked the Black Stars to turn their loss to the Stallions of Burkina Faso into an advantage by playing their hearts out in their final match at the AFCON 2013 against Mali on Saturday at Port Elizabeth.“Losing to the Stallions in this critical decider to the grand finale of the tournament should be an opportunity to make you stronger and more tactical as you play your final match on Saturday”, The Chief Executive Officer of GNPC Nana Boakye Asafu-Adjaye said.GNPC recalls its tireless efforts over several years in search of oil before finally finding the black gold in significant quantities in 2007 and urged the nation not to give up on the team but rather support, encourage and inspire them to continue their pursuit of the African Cup and other international laurels.“GNPC believes the national team has the winning traits of talents, professional excellence, team spirit and the required determination to re-organize and excel in this final competition against Mali for the 3rd place position as well as in forthcoming competitions”, GNPC said.The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation remains committed as headline sponsors, to inspire and support the team to work to regain its confidence and show Africa and the world the unity and power of the Ghanaian Spirit that rises above all odds to achieve its objective
Picking a winner based on the odds for Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway (3 p.m. ET, NBCSN) is tricky since this is now a unique event. Not only is it NASCAR’s first visit to the two-mile oval in the Irish Hills of Michigan this season, but the FireKeepers Casino 400 is now the first leg of a Saturday-Sunday doubleheader.When the NASCAR Cup Series last visited this track in August of last year, Kevin Harvick cruised to a win after successfully stretching his final fuel run. That, combined with the series points leader’s strong 2020 season thus far, is why Havick is considered the favorite for Saturday’s race at Michigan. MORE: Watch NASCAR live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Denny Hamlin finished second in that August race at Michigan last year, but only because Joey Logano gave up the position for a splash of fuel. Logano, of course, won the first of two Cup Series races at Michigan last season, so it’s no surprise to see Logano and Hamlin behind Harvick on the odds board for Saturday.Below are the complete Vegas odds to win Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan, plus our top three picks of drivers who could end up taking the checkered flag.NASCAR odds to win at MichiganHarvick is a familiar favorite atop the odds board in 2020, as only Hamlin (five) has more wins than Harvick’s four victories this season. It doesn’t hurt that Harvick cruised to victory in the late-summer race at Michigan last season.Below are the complete odds to win Saturday’s NASCAR race at Michigan, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.DriverOdds to win Michigan raceKevin Harvick+420Denny Hamlin+500Joey Logano+700Brad Keselowski+800Chase Elliott+800Martin Truex Jr.+900Kyle Busch+1200Ryan Blaney+1300Aric Almirola+1900Kurt Busch+3100Alex Bowman+3500Erik Jones+3500Clint Bowyer+4700Matt DiBenedetto+4700William Byron+4700Jimmie Johnson+5500Tyler Reddick+5500Austin Dillon+7500Christopher Bell+7500Cole Custer+7500Matt Kenseth+7500Ryan Newman+17000Brennan Poole+20000Bubba Wallace+20000Chris Buescher+20000Corey LaJoie+20000Daniel Suarez+20000Ty Dillon+20000Garrett Smithley+20000JJ Yeley+20000Joey Gase+20000John Hunter Nemechek+20000Michael McDowell+20000Quin Houff+20000Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+20000Ryan Preece +20000Below are the top 10 driver ratings at Michigan among active racers:Chase Elliott, 100.4Matt Kenseth, 99.8Kevin Harvick, 99.6Joey Logano, 99.3Brad Keselowski, 97.2Jimmie Johnson, 92.6Ryan Blaney, 92.2Kurt Busch, 91.5Denny Hamlin, 91.0Kyle Busch, 89.3 Logano is on the pole for Saturday’s race at Michigan based on the results of a random draw, which is great news for the No. 22 team. The top starting position is by far the most proficient in the field at Michigan, producing almost 22 percent of the Cup Series winners at the track.The last driver to win at Michigan after staring on the pole? Logano, in this race last year.Below is the breakdown of wins by starting position in the history of Cup racing (101 total races) at Michigan.Starting positionWinning %Wins1st21.78 percent22Front row30.69 percent31Top 559.41 percent60Top 1075.25 percent76Outside top 206.93 percent7The top 10 starters for Saturday’s race at Michigan (as determined by a random draw of the top 12 teams by owner points) are as follows:Joey LoganoDenny HamlinKevin HarvickAric AlmirolaBrad KeselowskiAlex BowmanKyle BuschChase ElliottClint BowyerKurt BuschMORE: Complete starting lineup for New Hampshire raceNASCAR at Michigan expert picks(Driver loop data stats are from 2005-present)1. Kevin HarvickCareer stats at Michigan:Three wins, 13 top fives, 19 top 10s; one poleAverage finish of 10.300 (second-best)Average running position of 11.893 (sixth-best)Driver rating of 99.6 (third-best)Harvick is tied with Matt Kenseth and Kurt Busch for the most Cup Series starts (38) at Michigan, and he’s tied with Logano and Busch for the most wins (three) at the track among active drivers. That experience, combined with his team’s speed in 2020, should give him a good chance to notch victory No. 4 at the two-mile oval.2. Chase ElliottCareer stats at Michigan: Three top fives, seven top 10sAverage finish of 7.625 (series-best)Average running position of 9.965 (series-best)Driver rating of 100.4 (series-best)Elliott has not yet won at Michigan in his Cup Series career, but statistically speaking, he is the best driver in Saturday’s field. Potentially helping his chance to win is the fact that the only comparable race thus far this season, the March 1 event at the similarly configured Auto Club Speedway, was won by Elliott’s Hendrick Motorsports teammate, Alex Bowman.3. Joey LoganoCareer stats at Michigan:Three wins, six top fives, 15 top 10s; four polesAverage finish of 12.182 (fourth-best)Average running position of 11.471 (fourth-best)Driver rating of 99.3 (fourth-best)Logano has an impressive resume at Michigan, and even though his teammates Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney are ahead of him in points this season, the driver of the No. 22 statistically is the best at this track among those in the Team Penske stable.
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Serena DiMaso, who was in attendance on behalf of the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, said that the Freeholders would have a resolution in place to vote on for their next meeting, on July 14, which “will be sent forward with the rest of them and together we will show a unified front.”“We want you to know, that first and foremost on our minds is the safety and welfare of our community,” said DiMaso, also a former Holmdel Mayor. Currently, JCP&L does not have any 230-kilovolt transmission lines that are underground.Assemblywoman Handlin also spoke at the meeting, and brought selections of expert testimony that Middletown Township used during its legal proceedings against JCP&L in 1989.She cited three different reports, the first of which covered the number of health risks associated with electromagnetic fields, which was prepared by Dr. Andrew Marino of the Louisiana State University Medical Center.The second and third testimonies laid out the effects that a 230-kilovolt line would have on the community. A report prepared by William Stack, an appraiser from Hoboken firm Stack & Stack, outlined how property values would be affected by the project. Handlin said that “while it is difficult to quantify the impact in terms of dollars, the appraiser estimates the impact to be a minimum of 10-30 percent on residential property in the community.”The third report by Richard Preiss, an urban planner with Hoboken firm Abeles, Phillips, Preiss & Shapiro, was used to “analyze the visual and aesthetic impact of the proposed line,” said Handlin. These statements were echoed by Debra Draudt-Spiwak , the Holmdel coordinator for Residents Against Giant Electric (RAGE).“We’re already hearing real estate agents tell us that some are already starting to turn away,” said the Hixon Terrace resident. “They hear about these powerlines and they don’t even want to look in this area, and that’s very concerning.” “We can’t simply say ‘no, nothing, never,’ because that doesn’t win the argument of rationality and substance,” said Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon.Holmdel’s backup plan, which is asking JCP&L to place the transmission lines underground if the project if approved, has been disputed by the utility company.“While building the project underground may seem like a viable option, there are many significant obstacles to burying a 230-kilovolt transmission line,” said JCP&L spokesperson Ron Morano in an email to The Two River Times.Specific to this project, Morano cited concerns to burying the line, which included “digging a large trench, resulting in extensive traffic disruptions across multiple communities, substantial environmental considerations and significantly higher costs.” Story and photo By Jay CookHOLMDEL – During a special meeting last week, the Holmdel Township Committee adopted a resolution opposing a controversial transmission line project and asking that the line be buried underground if ultimately approved.Monmouth County Reliability Project, the name given to the $75 million proposal by Jersey Central Power and Light Company, is the installation of a 230-kilovolt transmission line spanning 10 miles along the NJ Transit North Jersey Coast Line commuter rail line right-of-way. The line would begin in Aberdeen, and run through Hazlet, Holmdel and Middletown before ending in Red Bank. Monopoles supporting the transmission line would be placed at 500-foot intervals and could reach heights of 170 feet.“JCP&L might have a job to do, but we have a property to protect,” said Holmdel Mayor Eric Hinds during the July 6 meeting.In attendance at the Holmdel Township Senior/Community Center were Assembly-woman Amy Handlin, Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon, Hazlet Mayor Scott Aagre and Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso.Holmdel Fire Official Dave Olsen estimated that about 350 residents attended the meeting, just under the hall’s capacity of 372.Holmdel Township is the second of the five affected municipalities to hold special town hall meetings regarding the MCRP, yet they are the first to ask for a specific contingency plan in case the project is passed by the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).