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Neymar, who only returned from a fractured metatarsal last month, looked close to his best on Monday when Brazil beat Mexico 2-0 to reach the quarter-finals in Russia.Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar was often at the centre of things, as he scored and played a key role in Roberto Firmino getting the second.But he also received criticism for what Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio described as “acting” when Miguel Layun appeared to step on his ankle.However, Silva does not believe rough treatment is anything new for Neymar.Adversário definido! A #SeleçãoBrasileira vai enfrentar a Bélgica nas quartas de final da Copa do Mundo. Prepare sua torcida e vamos Brasil! #GigantesPorNatureza #Copa2018Foto: Lucas Figueiredo/CBF pic.twitter.com/rlwHZFIrZs— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) July 2, 2018″This is normal because [Neymar] has many qualities,” Silva told reporters. “The players who defend against him make fouls because it’s always hard to defend Neymar and take the ball without fouling him. But it was a tough game.”In the last eight Brazil will face Belgium, who came from two goals down to sensationally beat Japan 3-2 with a dramatic stoppage-time winner from Nacer Chadli.Silva recognises the talent at Roberto Martinez’s disposal, but is adamant Brazil are the favourites regardless of the opposition.”Belgium are very strong physically and technically,” the centre-back said. “Belgium deserve to play in the last 16.”I think that in all competitions Brazil is the favourite, but we know that’s not enough. We have to work hard and give our best in every game if we want to win the title.”We will continue to work and rest well because Friday’s game will be even more difficult.” Photo Getty Images. Caption: Brazil’s Neymar and Miguel Layun of Mexico
The owner of a popular business at Zeeburg, West Coast Demerara (WCD) was on Wednesday evening assaulted by armed bandits just before his entity was robbed of approximately .3 million in cash.According to information received from Police “D” Division Commander Leslie James, the robbery took place at about 20:30hrs.Reports are that the owner of the popular business Guy-America, 61-year-old Mohamed Ali of Zeeburg, was in the process of closing his business when two bandits, one of whom was armed with a “long gun”, entered the store.The suspects reportedly began to threaten Ali while demanding that he turn over his cash and valuables. When the entrepreneur hesitated, the bandit holding the gun hit Ali several times over the head, causing the elderly man to bleed.This newspaper was informed that the ordeal lasted approximately 15 minutes, and the bandits stole .3million as well as other valuables, including Ali’s mobile phone.They then fled the scene in a silver grey Toyota Premio car that was waiting outside of the business premises.The Police “D” Division Commander noted that according to the reports received, the perpetrators fled the scene in a westerly direction, heading to Parika.So far, no one has been arrested, but investigations into the crime continue. (Ramona Luthi)
He chose to go for his final flying lap in the dying seconds of the session and grabbed pole with a lap that produced his team’s fourth lockout of the season.Six days after his epic drive from 14th on the grid to win the rain-hit German Grand Prix last Sunday, he claimed his sixth pole in Hungary, his fifth this year and the 77th of his career.“Are we good?” Hamilton asked his team over the radio. “We’re good,” came the reply.“It’s great for the team to have a one-two,” added Hamilton. “Jeez. We couldn’t have expected this. The heavens opened and it was fair game…”Hamilton was nearly three-tenths quicker than Bottas who was second ahead of fellow-Finn Kimi Raikkonen and his Ferrari team-mate Vettel, Carlos Sainz of Renault and Pierre Gasly of Toro Rosso.“When it was drier it was a bit like doing ballet and tip-toeing, trying to find a line,” added Hamilton.“It was give and take all the way around. We’ve got a great position so we’re going to do our best to keep the red guys behind us…”Bottas said: “I crossed the line on pole and then Lewis had a better lap… He was quicker, but a one-two for the team – it could have been worse! We are free to fight so I’m looking forward to it.”– Thunder crackled –Lewis Hamilton in practice at the Hungarian Grand PrixRaikkonen reflected: “The weather was the most important thing today and the car was driveable and enjoyable. I was a bit unlucky with the tyres…”Max Verstappen was seventh for Red Bull ahead of New Zealander Brendon Hartley, who made the top ten for the first time in his Toro Rosso, Kevin Magnussen and his Haas team-mate Romain Grosjean.Ferrari had been clearly fastest in dry conditions, but after a sweltering morning with a track temperature touching 58 degrees Celsius, qualifying began in dramatically different conditions.This created tricky conditions, similar to those during the race in Germany a week earlier, and the use of ‘intermediate’ tyres as thunder crackled and black clouds swirled.Ferrari and Mercedes were the last to switch to the ultra-soft slicks, leaving their drivers in danger of failing to clock a lap time before more rain fell.As Vettel led at the top, McLaren’s Stoffel Vandoorne, Charles Leclerc of Sauber, Esteban Ocon and his Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon, and Williams’ Russian rookie Sergey Sirotkin were eliminated.When Q2 began, Vettel went out on intermediates while the rest remained on slicks. Within seconds, it was clear that his decision was a wise one as rain swept in and the pack returned to change tyres.This all resulted in Fernando Alonso, Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg, Marcus Ericsson and Stroll missing the cut to the top-ten shootout which began with everyone on ‘full wet’ tyres.In succession, Verstappen, Bottas and then Hamilton topped the times on their first runs with Vettel down in sixth, as a patch of blue sky appeared over the Turn 14 grandstand.With five minutes remaining, Hamilton led Bottas before Raikkonen went top by four-tenths ahead of the two Mercedes men.On new full wets, Vettel was unable to find much extra pace as, with two minutes remaining, Hamilton and Raikkonen rejoined on new rubber for their final – and dramatic — flying laps.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lewis Hamilton flashes the sign of victory after taking pole in Hungary© AFP ATTILA KISBENEDEKBUDAPEST, Hungary, July 29 – Lewis Hamilton danced in the rain on his way to a memorable pole Saturday ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes secured a front row lockout for the Hungarian Grand Prix.The championship leading Briton, who is battling with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel for a fifth drivers’ world title, delivered another master-class in wet-weather driving and perfect timing.
Exclusive – Manchester City do not need Chelsea reject, claims MillsExclusive – Manchester City do not need Chelsea reject, claims Mills
Manchester City do not need reported transfer target Kevin De Bruyne and should focus on acquiring a new defender and striker, believes former defender Danny Mills.The Wolfsburg midfielder, who was on the books of Chelsea but failed to break into the first-team, is in exceptional form in Germany having scored three goals and made ten assists in the Bundesliga this season.But ex-City man Mills can’t see where the Belgian star would fit in at the Etihad Stadium and feels their resources would be better used trying to sign players in other positions.“Manchester City have got an abundance of those midfield players,” he told the Weekend Sports Breakfast. “They’re a bit like Arsenal in that respect. They don’t need any more midfielders.“They need a striker and they probably need an experienced centre-half. Apart from that City’s squad is strong.“The trouble is that players at this time of the year who are doing well or are unhappy get linked everywhere.”
CREDIT UNION ASSURES MEMBERS OVER LATE FEES DURING ULSTER BANK DEBACLECREDIT UNION ASSURES MEMBERS OVER LATE FEES DURING ULSTER BANK DEBACLE
Letterkenny Credit Union has advised its hundreds of customers to ensure there is enough money in their accounts to cover pending direct debits.The credit union is one of a number of institutions across Donegal whose electronic payments are processed by Ulster Bank.Because of the ongoing computer chaos within Ulster Bank, there is now a backlog of electronic payments going into Letterkenny Credit Union. However the financial institution has assured customers they will NOT be charged for late payment fees.Letterkenny Credit Union has also stated that if members feel they have incurred additional charges because of Ulster Bank delays, they will assist members.They have contacted members by text today thanking members for their patience and stating they are awaiting the receipt of standing orders.Manager Gordon Randles told Donegaldaily that the situation has been a headache for members. However he said he hoped the debacle was now coming to an end and praised their relationship with Ulster Bank.“If anybody has any issues with whatever aspect of payment or any situation then we are here to help.“It has been a headache for our members but Ulster Bank are hopefully getting it sorted now.“I have to say that Ulster Bank on a local level have always been exemplary in any dealings we have had with them,” he stressed. CREDIT UNION ASSURES MEMBERS OVER LATE FEES DURING ULSTER BANK DEBACLE was last modified: July 3rd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Letterkenny Credit Unionulster bank
“A very physical game,” Rosas said as she attempted to catch her breath afterward. “This was a good win for us, because it has been an up-and-down season. We just got a new coach and we’re still getting adjusted to a new program.” Rosas led the Dons with five goals, including two in the opening period that helped El Rancho to a 4-2 lead. El Rancho, which improved to 7-3, is ranked No. 4, along with Crescenta Valley, in the CIF-Southern Section Division III poll. Temple City, which slipped to 5-4, is ranked No. 6. “I thought El Rancho did a really good job,” Temple City coach Adam Roth said. “I thought we were pretty disciplined throughout. We had some breakdowns and they capitalized on them, but I’m proud of my girls.” El Rancho had trailed, 8-7, going into the fourth quarter, but tied the score at 9-9 on a pair of goals by Rosas that offset a single score by Temple City’s Shannon Walsh. Sharon Petragon, who scored four goals, gave the Dons a 10-9 lead when she scored on a catch-and-throw effort from just outside four meters off Rosas’ pass with 3 minutes, 4 seconds left in regulation time. The Rams’ Jazmine Cardenas came right back to tie it, 10-10, with a similar catch-and-throw off an assist by Jennifer Marshall with 2:31 remaining. PICO RIVERA – Valentina Rosas won the race to a loose ball in front of the goal, then drove it into the net to provide El Rancho High School with a 12-11 overtime victory over visiting Temple City in their nonleague girls water polo match Tuesday afternoon. The goal came in the first of the two three-minute overtime periods, and goalkeeper Anna Aguirre made a big save in each period to preserve the win. Katie Sandvig, who scored four goals, put Temple City in a position to win when she scored on a 4-meter penalty shot. She barely got the ball past Aguirre’s outstretched arm to give Temple City an 11-10 advantage with 46 seconds remaining. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
HARTE COMMENDS WORK DONE BY LETTERKENNY DEPT OF SOCIAL PROTECTION STAFFHARTE COMMENDS WORK DONE BY LETTERKENNY DEPT OF SOCIAL PROTECTION STAFF
Senator Jimmy Harte has commended the volume of work carried out by Department of Social Protection staff in Letterkenny in dealing with the back to school allowances.Minister Joan Burton revealed that some 115,000 families encompassing 207,000 children applied for the clothing and footwear allowance.“As you are aware the BSCFA entitlements of some 115,000 families in respect of 207,000 children issued in the week commencing 15 July, with no application form required. “Applications from customers who did not receive an automated payment are now being processed from a centralised unit in the Department’s office in Letterkenny.“Some 50,000 additional applications have been received and an acknowledgement has issued by text to the 94% who requested one. A total of 25,000 manual claims have been processed to date, including all claims received in June,” Minister Burton revealed.The BSCFA section is processing claims which were received on 19 July at present.Payment in respect of these claims will issue on a daily basis, so it is expected that the majority of customers will have their payment within five weeks of applying. Some 74% of customers who are expected to qualify for payment of BSCFA in 2013 have now been paid and a total of €35.8million has already been paid out in respect of this scheme for 2013.Forms are available from Local Offices, via SMS (text “Form BTSCFA” followed by your name and address to 51909) and on www.welfare.ie. A phone bank is operational to deal with queries on the scheme. The LOCALL number is 1890662244.The Minister said she will continue to provide regular updates to Senator Harte on the issue.HARTE COMMENDS WORK DONE BY LETTERKENNY DEPT OF SOCIAL PROTECTION STAFF was last modified: August 14th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:allowanceMinister Joan BurtonSenator Jimmy Harte