Inter Milan director Ausilio: Palmeiras wanted to sell us Gabriel Jesusby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveInter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio admits they came close to signing Manchester City attacker Gabriel Jesus.Ausilio says Palmeiras were willing to sell them the Brazil international.“We were negotiating with Gabriel Jesus for a month,” Ausilio told Sky Sport Italia.“Our offer was also better than Manchester City’s. Palmeiras preferred to sell him to us but the lad, through his agents, let us know that he preferred to play for Guardiola.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
BYU’s football team will be lacking some depth when it takes on Nebraska in its season opener on Sept. 5. The school announced Tuesday morning that it will be disciplining “10-ish” players for the game against the Huskers due to their role in the brawl against Memphis. Following the Miami Beach Bowl on Dec. 22, many of the Cougars and Tigers’ players got into a severe scuffle on the field. Multiple punches were thrown, faces were battered – it was an incredibly ugly scene.BYU will discipline “10-ish” players for their role in brawl with Memphis in their opener vs. Nebraska. Still not saying who, however.— Tim Griffin (@TimGriffinBig12) March 3, 2015Here’s video of the brawl.With star quarterback Taysom Hill returning, BYU was expected to be a tough test for Nebraska in Week 1. The Cougars’ chances of pulling off an upset in Lincoln took a decent hit today, though.
The weakest division of the American League so far this season is the one that has been the most dominant in recent years: the AL East — featuring the Yankees and Red Sox, the two winningest AL teams since the league expanded to three divisions in 1995.Baltimore is leading the division with a puny 16-14 record, the worst for any division leader in baseball. Four of the AL East’s five teams are being outscored. And it could get even bleaker: All five teams have put up these poor results while facing schedules that are significantly weaker than average.There’s plenty of time for things to turn around; four-fifths of the season remain. Even if just one or two AL East teams get better, that could be enough for the division to win another pennant and even the major-league title.Winning pennants and titles has been the forte of the AL East since the majors reorganized after the 1994-95 players’ strike. Teams from the division have represented 36 percent of all AL clubs but have won 11 of 19 pennants and eight of 10 World Series titles for AL teams — twice as many as any NL division. (NL East teams have won four.) The division has also claimed 71 percent of available AL wild-card slots, twice as many as it would be expected to by chance alone.Much of that postseason success was achieved by New York and Boston, and the division has had plenty of underachieving clubs, too. But the AL East’s overall results stand up nicely, too. Its teams won 51 percent of regular-season games between 1995 and 2013. That understates its success because division games each had winners and losers, so they canceled each other out. Against opponents from outside their division, AL East teams won 52 percent of games, including the same proportion against both intraleague rivals and against NL teams.Surprising early-season results often stem from bad luck: Opposing batters’ grounders find gaps in the infield, and their fly balls sail for home runs, at unsustainable rates. One way to measure this luck is to compare teams’ skill-interactive ERA to their ERA. SIERA tries to control for factors beyond pitchers’ control — so it’s roughly what a pitching staff’s ERA would be if it had the same luck, and fielding ability, of the average team. And all five AL East teams have a SIERA below their ERA. The Yankees’ gap is nearly a run per nine innings.Then again, last year, all five AL East teams also had ERAs worse than their SIERAs. And while that doesn’t appear to have been due to bad fielding, this year most of the AL East clubs have below-average fielding.There’s one more sign that its slow start could mean real trouble for the AL’s worst division. A few days ago, Dave Cameron at FanGraphs calculated teams’ expected scoring margins — based on how well they’ve hit the ball, run the bases, fielded and pitched — relative to their actual scoring margins. If the AL East really has been the victim of hard luck, we’d expect its teams to have better scoring margins than they do. Yet overall, they’ve done about as poorly as expected. Because they’ve won even more than we’d expect by scoring margin, if they keep playing as poorly as they have, their luck — and tougher opponents — could make it even harder for AL East teams to maintain the mediocre level they’ve established so far this season.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Thursday that Athens will press its claims on a shadow-puppet theater tradition that the United Nations cultural watchdog UNESCO has deemed to be part of Turkey’s cultural heritage.“Karagiozis is an inextricable part of our culture,” Grigoris Delavekouras told reporters. The spokesman invoked the UNESCO convention on “intangible cultural heritage,” noting that it “enables neighboring countries to access the same commodity.”Karagiozis – Greek for the Turkish “Karagoz,” meaning “black-eyed” – is the central character in a popular shadow-puppet theater series that originated in Turkey and was very popular in Greece up until the 1990s.In the Greek show, which features a cast of social stereotypes and is set loosely during the Turkish occupation of Greece, Karagiozis is a hunchbacked con man who makes a living bamboozling Turkish officials. Karagioizis is also a common byword for “clown” in the Greek vernacular.The Greek Theater of Shadows, one of the few forums for enthusiasts that continues to stage Karagiozis shows, yesterday issued a press release criticizing the government for its delayed reaction to the “Turkification” of Karagiozis, noting that UNESCO had placed Karagoz on its list of intangible cultural elements, associating it with Turkey, last September. “We wrote to the Culture Ministry last year, describing the matter as one of national importance and seeking its support… but, instead of sensitivity and interest, we faced total indifference,” the press release said. The theatre group called on the government to subsidize Karagiozis performances and promote the Greek shows, and their history, to foreign visitors.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly considering entering the race for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien RabiotThe France international has featured in all five of PSG’s Ligue 1 games this season.But Rabiot has less than 12 months remaining on his current deal at the Parc des Princes and appears increasingly unlikely to sign an extension.The 23-year-old has already allegedly attracted the interest of Manchester City, Barcelona and Juventus.Neymar can win the Ballon d’Or, says Ander Herrera Andrew Smyth – September 13, 2019 An “excited” Ander Herrera believes new Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Neymar is a contender for the Ballon d’Or alongside Kylian Mbappe.Although now Paris United claim that Spurs are considering making an approach for Rabiot in January.The Lilywhites failed to sign a single player in the summer transfer window and, on the back of two consecutive losses, manager Mauricio Pochettino is considering whether to bolster his squad options at the start of 2019.Rabiot would also serve as an ideal replacement for midfielder Mousa Dembele, who is expected to leave North London this summer once his contract expires.PSG boss Thomas Tuchel has already made it clear though that he intends to do everything he can to keep Rabiot at the club.
Wayne Rooney reckons that there are exciting times ahead for DC United after surpassing his expectations for this seasonThe former England captain joined the MLS outfit from Everton in June and made an immediate impact in Washington.DC went from being last in the Eastern Conference to a fourth-place finish and progressed to the playoff semi-finals, where they lost to Columbus Crew on penalties.However, on the back being named in the MLS Best XI for 2018, Rooney is predicting a bright future for DC.“We went on a great run, making the playoffs and finishing fourth in the league,” said Rooney, according to Flow Sports.“At the time I joined I don’t think we really expected to finish that high up. Obviously disappointed to go out on penalty kicks.“We’ve set foundations now. We’re looking to build on the momentum we’ve built up. We’ll try and start the season well next season and try to kick on.”Rooney added: “Did I think we would go on the run we did?“Probably not, but the team grew, as a team and as individuals, and showed great character to help us get there.Report: Rooney talks Engalnd Kane and Guardiola George Patchias – September 12, 2019 Wayne Rooney has spoken of his England record, Harry Kane smashing it and Pep Guardiola for England.In an interview on his Wayne Rooney podcast…“The way we ended the season was an exciting time for the team and fans and it leads to an exciting time coming up.“This has to be the marker we’ve put down to improve on. It’s on us as players and on the club to move forward and that’s what we’ll be looking to try to do.“It’s early to put down expectations and we don’t know what’s going to happen with players coming in and players going out.“Once we know what our squad is we can start to set goals for the season, but we need to move forward and our first goal has to be to make the playoffs.”Rooney scored 12 goals and provided six assists in 21 appearances for DC this season.2018 MLS Best XIGoalkeeper: Zack Steffen (Columbus Crew)Defenders: Kemar Lawrence (New York Red Bulls), Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls), Chad Marshall (Seattle Sounders).Midfielders: Luciano Acosta (DC United), Miguel Almiron (Atlanta United), Ignacio Piatti (Montreal Impact), Carlos Vela (Los Angeles FC).Forwards: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA Galaxy), Josef Martinez (Atlanta United), Wayne Rooney (DC United).
Jennifer Prandato recently joined the team as a freelance iPad/iPhone/print designer. She was previously a design intern at The Boston Globe and worked as a graphics reporter for the Chicago Tribune during the Olympics. Group editor Clare McHugh has added Sunset and This Old House to her existing portfolio of Health and All You. Carrie Gee recently started as a senior art director and will help shape upcoming redesign efforts. She was most recently the design director of AdWeek. Timothy Clark joins as a full-time contributor. He had served as editor-in-chief, publisher and president of Government Executive previously, and will continue in his role as editor-at-large at the publication while contributing to Route Fifty. Time added a few new additions and promotions to their art department: Eric Markowitz joins as senior writer for the technology team. He will cover the deep web, the sharing economy and the issues surrounding the intersection of technology and society. Brad Dunn was named SVP, chief digital officer for Athlon Media Group/Parade. Dunn had been executive editor of Parade when it was owned by Advance Publications, and had been serving as a consultant for Athlon since the group was purchased from Advance in September. IBT Media announced additions to its’ newsroom: The Competitor Group announced new senior leadership: Chelsea Kardokus has been promoted to assistant art director. She came to Time in 2013 and has since art directed the Smart Home special issue, 2015 Future Issue and is in the midst of this year’s TIME100. Owen Davis joins the business team as a financial writer covering Wall Street and its connections to everyday financial concerns such as retirement planning. Mashable has hired two reporters for new beats at the company: Atlantic Media’s new local government publication, Route Fifty, has hired three editorial staffers ahead of its spring launch: David Yi was named Fashion Reporter. He’d worked as a regular contributor to GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, Fashionista, and had been a writer at WWD. Josh Furlow was named president, overseeing all of CGI’s global business. Furlow was previously the executive VP of events and he joined the CGI team back in 2011 as VP of operations. Bill Lucia was hired as a reporter. Lucia had been with the Inside U.S. Trade newsletter. Miriam Kramer was named Space Reporter. She’d been a staff writer at Space.com previously. Wendy Godoy joined the executive team as CAO and CFO. She previously served as senior VP and CFO of Terramar Retail Centers and has more than 30 years of financial management experience. Sid Evans will deepen his involvement with the day-to-day operations at Coastal Living, working closely with Marcoux in her new role. Steele Marcoux is the new editor of Coastal Living. She will be focused on expanding the brand across digital, social and video platforms as well as leveraging the power of the brand’s audience. Dave Nyzcepir was named news editor. He had most recently been writing for the Desert Sun newspaper. Allison Duda was promoted to associate art director. She has been at Time since 2012, and started as an art department intern several years earlier. Time Inc. announced that Coastal Living’s Editor-in-Chief Antonia van der Meer is leaving to pursue new opportunities. Several new staff changes accompany her departure: Cole Stangler joins the business team as staff writer. He will cover labor and the workplace, focusing on the nature of the changing workplace.
Popular on Variety Another recent Quibi hire is Diane Nelson, former president of DC Entertainment, who is the startup’s head of operations for content.Quibi, previously operating as “NewTV,” says it has raised $1 billion from investors including Disney, Fox, Sony, Lionsgate, MGM, NBCU, Viacom, WarnerMedia. The service will serve up short series, pegged at around 10 minutes per episode, in a range of genres.Quibi (a portmanteau of “quick bites”) has inked content deals including with Jason Blum, Guillermo del Toro, Catherine Hardwicke and Stephen Curry’s Unanimous Media. The company is targeting commercial launch toward the end of 2019 or early 2020. Whitman previously announced it would cost $8 monthly without ads and $5 per month with commercials.Katzenberg, speaking at Variety’s Innovate summit earlier this month, said Quibi is aiming to deliver 5,000 episodes in the year following its launch. “The biggest challenge is the volume of content,” he said. “It’s a tall order to do this in the next 12 months, but that doesn’t mean we are not gonna try.”Pictured above: Tim Connolly (left), Jim O’Gorman Quibi, the mobile-TV startup led by Jeffrey Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman, has tapped several Hulu alums among its latest hires.Tim Connolly, formerly senior VP of partnerships and distribution at Hulu, has joined Quibi as head of partnerships and advertising. Jim O’Gorman, previously Hulu’s SVP of talent and organization, is now head of talent and organization at Quibi.Connolly left Hulu this summer as part of a reorg at the company. At Quibi, Connolly is in charge of business relationships with all Quibi partners including subscriber-acquisition partners (like app stores, mobile operators and music services); advertisers and agencies; technology partners; and promotional partners.Other ex-Hulu staff who have joined L.A.-based Quibi include head of engineering Rob Post (previously VP engineering at Hulu); Denise Jackson, head of people operations (formerly Hulu’s senior benefits manager); and head of talent development Megan Tannenbaum (former Hulu manager of ad operations). ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
Staffordshire Moorlands: B Biddulph: Multi-way traffic signals on Hurst Road near junction of Hurst Road and Grange Road from Septrember 17 until September 28 Biddulph: Two way traffic signals on Station Road from September 17 until September 21 Biddulph: Two way traffic signals on St Johns Road from September 18 until September 20 Biddulph: Roadworks and road closure on Troughstones Road from August 13 until October 15 Blythe Bridge: Two way traffic lights on Cheadle Road opposite Fairhaven from September 17 until September 21 Blythe Bridge: Temporary closure of Stallington Road for level crossing test from 7am until 2pm on September 23 Brown Edge: Roadworks and road closure on Edgefields Lane from outside Keepers Cottage to junction of Moss Hill on September 20 Brown Edge: Roadworks and road closure on Willfield Lane from outside Moss Hill bungalow to junction of Moss Hill on September 20 Brown Lees: Roadworks and Road Closure on Brown Lees Road opposite number 143 from September 17 until September 21 Read MoreLabourer, 33, left this note before being found dead by his grandad C-K Calton: Two way traffic lights on Back Lane from outside Ivy Cottage to outside Pales Corner Farmhouse from September 18 to September 26 Calton Moor: Two light traffic signals on A52 Ashbourne Road from Fleece House to Old Post Office on September 20 Draycott in the Moors: Multi-way traffic signals on Breach Lane on September 20 Draycott in the Moors: Two way traffic lights on Draycott Road, Totmonslow outside the Spinney on September 17 Draycott in the Moors: Carriageway incursion on Uttoxeter Road on September 17 from Swallow View to Rock Hollow Endon: Multi-way traffic signals on A53 Leek Road from September 3 until September 17 Endon: Two way traffic signals on A53 Leek Road from September 19 until September 21 Forsbrook: Two way traffic signals on Dilhorne Road from August 28 until September 19 Ipstones: Roadworks and road closure on Belmont Road from September 19 until September 24 Kingsley Holt: Roadworks and road closure on Lockwood Road until September 17 Read MoreHundreds sign petition against school crossing patrol cuts as parents warn: ‘Our children are priceless’ L- W Leek: Multi-way traffic signals on Abbotts Road from September 10 until October 26 Leek: Multi-way traffic lights on Broad Street at the junction with Hartington Street from September 21 until September 25 Leek: Carriageway incursion on Broad Street near junction with King Street from September 13 until September 17 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Ball Haye Green, Haregate Road and Novi Lane from September 10 until October 26 Leek: Temporary traffic lights on Southbank Street near junctions with London Street, Shoobridge Street, Leonard Street and Westfields from September 10 until October 12. Roughcote: Two way traffic lights on A520 Leek Road opposite Little Blyth farm from September 10 until September 17 Rudyard: Multi-way traffic lights on B5331 Rudyard Road at junction with Green Lane from September 19 until September 20. Rushton Spencer: Some carriageway incursion on Macclesfield Road opposite Smithy Cottages from September 13 until September 17 Stockton Brook: T wo way traffic signals on A53 Leek Road near Trinity Court Club from September 18 until September 20 Stockton Brook: Roadworks and road closure on Moss Hill from junction with Edgefields Lane to outside Bryn Euryn on September 20 Swinscoe: Two way traffic signals on Town End Lane opposite Fairbrook on September 20 Whiston: Black Lane closed for work to be carried out on disused railway bridge from September 17 until October 26 Read MoreSoon YOU could be working four-days-a-week on full pay! (…if these plans go ahead) Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here. Newcastle Borough Stoke-on-Trent Stafford Borough and Uttoxeter South Cheshire M6, A500 and A50 Staffordshire Moorlands Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Drivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across the Staffordshire Moorlands this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of the district on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them. The following roadworks are taking place in the Staffordshire Moorlands between Monday September 17 and Sunday September 23. This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. If you only want information about roadworks in a different area of North Staffordshire and South Cheshire, visit the links below, otherwise scroll down for the roadworks most likely to disrupt your journey in the Moorlands in the coming week All information from Highways England, local authorities and utility companies. Read MoreRoadworks in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire (Sep 17-Sep 23 2018) Full list of roadworks M6 to shut for up to 24 hours
John EnserUK-licensed European channels face a period of uncertainty after last night’s Brexit vote, according to industry sources. Hundreds of networks within the European Union are licensed out of the UK by communications regulator Ofcom.With UK voters opting to leave the EU, the status of these licences, and how the channels will ensure their licences are valid in member states remains unclearOfcom could not immediately clarify how many channels are UK-licensed and operating in EU territories, but there are thought to be several hundred.Member states are required to recognise the licences as the UK is a fellow member state, but as the country sets about withdrawing from the EU one source said the situation for channels was ‘confusion upon confusion’.There are various possibilities in terms of ensuring the UK-based channels can continue to operate such as bilateral trade agreements, general agreements (GATs) on trade services as operated by the World Trade Organisation, or a Norwegian model whereby EEA membership gives access to the EU internal market.Amid the uncertainty, one legal expert said a Council of Europe convention on Transfontier television could ensure channels can continue to operate in EU territories.Olswang partner John Enser said the Council of Europe agreement is outdated, but should offer the the UK channels some guarantees regarding their transmission in Europe.“It is similar to the original TV Without Frontiers directive, although is old fashioned in the sense it doesn’t cover on-demand services and may have different requirements on ad minutage,” Enser said. “But it does have the same broad principles, and the geographical reach is the same.”The challenge for UK channels groups is likely to come from ensuring their staff can move quickly and easily throughout the EU.“If groups doing the [channel] distribution deals are based in London and start to need work permits and visas to travel you could see groups start to relocate elsewhere,” Enser said.Channels and industry groups, meanwhile, are weighing the consequence of the vote for their operations, and few were willing to comment publicly today.Bertelsamann, parent to channel operator RTL, was one that did react officially and said it regretted the Brexit vote. “As an international company with a strong presence in the UK as elsewhere, Britain’s impending exit from the EU raises political and economic uncertainties for us all,” Bertelsmann said.“Irrespective of the Brexit decision, the UK, as our fourth-largest market, remains very important to us. Bertelsmann generates revenues of around €1.7 billion with 5,500 employees in the UK, and will continue to invest in its businesses there.”
Roughly two thirds of US adult broadband users now take online subscription video-on-demand services on a home TV, according to TDG research.The Diffusion Group study claims that 44% of TV subscription streamers are under the age of 34 and that 25% turn to SVOD services first when they turn on their TV.TV streaming viewers spend on average 41% of their weekly TV time watching streaming video of some kind – with SVOD use described as “dominant” and TVOD and AVOD “prominent”.SVOD viewing was also not limited to TVs, with 79% watching SVOD services on PCs, 46% on tablets, and 59% on smartphones.
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