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Chelsea set for budget boost as Rennes get serious about Boga

first_imgChelsea are set to benefit from Rennes’ move for Sassulo winger Jeremie Boga. The Blues recently turned a buy-back clause for Boga into a sell-on clause, which will see them earn 10 – 15 percent of any potential move. A number of clubs are keen on Boga, including Rennes, who Goal reported will have to pay €30m for the Ivory Coast international. Rennes coach Julien Stephan recently confirmed his interest in the 23-year-old.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksMeet The World’s Most Striking Animals Here10 Gorgeous Asian Actresses No Man Can ResistTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People LiveBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made “I can’t speak about numbers. He is quite simply a player who is coming out of a very good spell with Sassuolo,” Stephan told Telefoot. read also:Napoli close on Boga agreement “He has very interesting characteristics in terms of his penetration, his pace, and his ability to finish off moves. We know him well at the club as he was on loan here a few seasons ago. At the time, I was in charge of the reserves, we got to know each other in certain instances, we know each other. “He is a player who is one of our potential targets, there is enormous competition with very big clubs – we will see what happens in the coming weeks and months.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more


Coe congratulates Raynor over top post

first_img(CMC) – World Athletics president Lord Coe has written to congratulate Bermuda’s athletics chief Donna Raynor after she was confirmed as a member of a leading international group under his purview.Raynor, president of the Bermuda National Athletics Association (BNAA), has been appointed to the World Athletics Development Commission, beating out more than 150 other applicants, according to the Royal Gazette newspaper.“This is exciting and a great step for little Bermuda being appointed to the World Athletics Commission,” said Raynor of her new appointment, adding that she had received a congratulatory message from Coe, the 63-year-old London-born former middle-distance runner.As Sebastien Coe, he won four Olympic gold medals.Lord Coe told Raynor: “We know you will add considerable value and insight to the commission over this period and look forward to your input and contributions as we collectively aim to further grow and develop the sport.”Raynor said her international post will involve advising how to increase participation levels from grassroots to elite, monitoring and evaluating programmes and activities delivered by or on behalf of World Athletics and the promotion and protection of the values of athletics.“This shows that they are appreciating and respecting how we are running the sport of athletics in Bermuda,” she added.Raynor said the selection process started last October after she applied for positions on three commissions – competition, development and governance – and was endorsed by Mia Bean, a member of the BNAA board.“I felt my area of expertise was more suitable to the Development Commission. I was so pleased and excited when I received the email on March 16 stating that I was successful in my application.”She said preparation for the CARIFTA Games, the annual regional junior athletics showpiece due to be staged in Bermuda in April but now postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic,  “kind of took my mind off my application for this commission”.Raynor said: “I am sure once we get through this COVID-19, the roles, responsibilities, projects and meeting dates (of the commission) will be finalised and confirmed.”last_img read more


China Medical Team Offers Free Health Services in Paynesville

first_imgIn an effort to support Liberia’s health sector the China Medical Team over the weekend rendered free health services to 80 persons in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.In her welcome statement earlier, Paynesville City Mayor Cyvette M. Gibson said she was impressed to have the China Medical Team providing free health services to residents of the city, especially those with serious complications.Mayor Gibson said, “We are very excited by the number of doctors, including an Ophthalmologist, Gynecologist, and China Traditional Medicine practitioner and others rendering these free health services to our people.”She said Paynesville City has also completed discussion with the China Medical Team to continue free health services every three months, in the various communities in the city.“We have 42 communities in Paynesville and the team will be visiting each of these communities to ensure that our people get free health services,” she said.Mayor Gibson said, “We look forward to seeing our residents healthy and coming to see a doctor annually,” urging Paynesville residents to take advantage of the free healthcare services by the China Medical Team. David Zhang, Director of the Political Section at the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Liberia, said the medical team was delighted to support Liberia’s healthcare delivery through the provision of free health services.“We are providing these free health services in response to the request from the local people. This is a part of activities that consolidates Liberia’s relation with the People’s Republic of China,” Zhang said. He expressed the commitment of the medical team to continue the free health service with other communities, adding, “We want to interact with the local people and also provide free healthcare services, especially to those suffering from complicated diseases.”“We have planned to provide more free healthcare services to the people of Liberia, but the local government needs to visit the Embassy to discuss it. We welcome other cities to visit the Embassy to form part of this initiative,” Director Zhang said.He disclosed that the China Medical Team was providing treatments and also recommending some for further medical treatment to local health centers, including John F. Kennedy Medical Center. Also speaking, Victoria Golafallah, one of the beneficiaries, lauded the China Medical Team for reaching out to the people of Paynesville.“This is the first time for such free health service and I hope that they will continue to reach out to other areas around the country,” she said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more