It’s stated the youngster ‘will sign’ for the Premier League club, despite the ‘strong attempts’ of Juventus, PSG and Valencia.The youngster is said to have been ‘focused’ on signing for Manchester United for the past few weeks, and the attempts of other clubs to change his mind haven’t worked.Despite being just 16 years of age, RMC say the player can earn Amiens up to €10m in transfer fee. There will be an initial payment of €2m plus bonuses and a sell-on fee which could see it rise to the headline €10m figure.Emeran, a striker, is said to have agreed to join the English club, and now United need to finalise terms with Amiens, before being able to complete the signing.It’s expected the deal will be finalised for the winter market.Born in France, Emeran also qualifies to represent Belgium, and the Red Devils (The Belgian national team version) have been courting him to commit his future to them, without success so far.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystWill Blockchain Reduce the Global Trade Finance Gap to Reach the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo France’s RMC report on Friday that Manchester United have beaten competition and should sign Noam Emeran in the next few weeks.
In a news release, Meadows said that through five years in Congress, he has championed conservative principles such as pro-growth economic policies, fiscal responsibility, traditional values, and a strong national defense both at home and abroad.Meadows has served on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee (including his Chairmanship of the Subcommittee on Government Operations), the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. “For the past five years, I’ve had the best job in the world representing the people of Western North Carolina in Congress, and today I’m announcing my intention to seek a fourth term. I’m more determined than ever to once again earn the confidence of Western North Carolinians and continue the fight to make Congress listen to the forgotten men and women.” Meadows released the following statement on his re-election bid: In November of 2016, Meadows was elected Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, a group of roughly 40 conservative Members of Congress dedicated to giving a voice to those who feel forgotten by their government.So far his influence in the 115th Congress has been recognized by FreedomWorks, Heritage Action, Family Research Council Action, Americans for Prosperity, and more. U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) has officially filed to run for reelection in North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District.
UW-ROCK COUNTY (83): Lexie Wiegand 13-30 1-2 29, Molly Wellnitz 1-5 0-0 3, Leeanna Kinney 8-20 4-4 24, Danielle Wagner 0-2 0-0 0, Emilie O’Donnell 6-11 5-6 18, Jessica Rackow 4-8 0-0 9. FG: 32-76. FT: 10-12. 3-pointers: 9-32 (Kinney 4-15, Wiegand 2-10, Wellnitz 1-3, O’Donnell 1-3, Rackow 1-1). Rebounds: 39 (Rackow 11). Assists: 23 (Wiegand 10). Turnovers: 15. Fouls: 17. Fouled out: Wellnitz.MENRattlers 105, Marauders 97UW-Marshfield/Wood County 48 49 – 97UW-Rock County 47 58 – 105UW-MARSHFIELD/WOOD COUNTY (97): Covon Rudolph 6-13 6-6 18, Derrick Shivers 5-13 7-8 21, Ben Grieser 2-6 0-0 4, Logan Fulwiler 3-6 1-2 7, Joseph Estrict 14-19 0-2 30, Kwame Adam 1-2 0-0 2, Hunter Busse 1-5 4-4 7, Devin Klein 3-8 1-2 8. FG: 35-72. FT: 19-24. 3-pointers: 8-22 (Shivers 4-8, Estrict 2-3, Busse 1-4, Klein 1-3, Fulwiler 0-2, Grieser 0-1, Rudolph 0-1). Rebounds: 53 (Estrict 11, Rudolph 10). Assists: 24 (Estrict 7). Turnovers: 34. Fouls: 21. Fouled out: Rudolph, Estrict. Record: 3-5, 2-3 Wisconsin Collegiate Conference.UW-ROCK COUNTY (105): James Spry 1-3 0-2 2, Montrell Presley 11-16 2-2 31, Safarii Hunt 5-16 9-10 23, Anthony Payton 0-6 0-0 0, Matt Smith 3-7 4-4 10, Jaivion Peacock 1-4 0-0 3, Brannon Thompson 3-4 0-1 6, Brandon Barnes 5-12 6-8 17, J.J. Scott 5-8 3-4 13, Daon Young 0-1 0-0 0. FG: 34-77. FT: 24-33. 3-pointers: 13-39 (Presley 7-11, Hunt 4-12, Peacock 1-4, Barnes 1-5, Spry 0-2, Payton 0-2, Smith 0-1, Thompson 0-1, Young 0-1). Rebounds: 38 (Scott 8). Assists: 20 (Hunt 5). Turnovers: 22. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: none. By Paul LeckerSports ReporterJANESVILLE — The University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County basketball teams dropped a pair of Wisconsin Collegiate Conference games at UW-Rock County on Saturday.The Marauders women fell behind early and lost 83-68. The men suffered a 105-97 loss in a shootout Saturday afternoon.In the women’s game, UW-Marshfield fell behind 45-23 at halftime. The Marauders cut the deficit to 11 in the second half but could not get closer than that.The Marauders held a 60-39 rebounding advantage but committed 28 turnovers and only shot 36 percent (27 of 74) in the loss.Brooke Schultze had 21 points, and Paige Newman added 12 points, 13 rebounds, and six assists for the Marauders.UW-Marshfield led 48-47 at halftime of the men’s game but gave up second half 58 points in suffering the loss.The Marauders turned the ball over 34 times.Joseph Estrict had 30 points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists for the Marauders before fouling out. Covon Rudolph added 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Derrick Shivers had 21 points and nine rebounds for Marshfield.The Marauders women will host UW-Fox Valley on Monday, and both teams will travel to UW-Richland on Wednesday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)WOMENRattlers 83, Marauders 68UW-Marshfield/Wood County 23 45 – 68UW-Rock County 45 38 – 83UW-MARSHFIELD/WOOD COUNTY (68): Katie Meacham 0-7 0-0 0, Brooke Schultze 7-15 6-8 21, Mikayla Jankowski 3-4 0-4 6, Paige Newman 4-13 3-6 12, Karly Bump 0-3 1-2 1, Taylor Lynn 5-19 1-1 11, DeNecia Turner 4-7 1-2 9, Carrie Stroetz 4-6 0-0 8. FG: 27-74. FT: 12-23. 3-pointers: 2-5 (Newman 1-3, Schultze 1-1, Meacham 0-1). Rebounds: 60 (Newman 13, Lynn 10). Assists: 15 (Newman 6). Turnovers: 28. Fouls: 13. Fouled out: none. Record: 3-3, 2-1 Wisconsin Collegiate Conference.
CCH Tax Day ReportThe Connecticut Department of Revenue Services advises that the 2016 back-to-school sales tax holiday will be held from August 21 to August 27, 2016. During the holiday, many items of clothing and footwear sold for less than $100 are exempt from Connecticut sales and use tax. For items that cost $100 or more, sales tax is calculated on the full purchase price.Media Release, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services, August 5, 2016
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Paul Elliott happy many ex-teammates now working at Chelseaby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the lovePaul Elliott is delighted seeing many of his Chelsea teammates now working with the club.Elliott played for three years with the Blues.He told the club’s website: “I saw Dennis Wise not so long ago at the FA, he looks great, he is lighter now than when he was playing! I see Tony Cascarino periodically, he is a good lad Cas. I have not seen Andy Townsend for a while but I have seen Frank Sinclair. Eddie Newton is still doing some really good work at the club, and Andy Myers, and I am pleased the club has kept those players involved. That is very important and they are good role models for younger players.”Jason Cundy was another young player when I was at Chelsea. “I tried to help them along and they had a thirst for knowledge and a good attitude.”
Florida Softball Mother DanceAnyone who’s ever been to a college softball game knows that there is a lot of cheering and a lot of taunting. But one Florida softball fan (presumably the mother of a player on the team) took it to the next level Wednesday night.In the sixth inning, with Florida leading Michigan 4-1 in the championship game of the Women’s College World Series, the Wolverines intentionally walked Gators star Lauren Haeger both to avoid her and set up a potential double play. It did not sit well with everyone in attendance.Nice chicken dance, Florida Mom. https://t.co/dUaJUGKMRU— Drew Hallett (@DrewCHallett) June 4, 2015The move did eventually pay off, as Michigan got out of the inning without any damage. But Florida still won the title. We’ll assume this woman was happy with the overall result.
TORONTO – The managing editor of CBC’s “The National” was reassigned Wednesday for what the public broadcaster called “an inappropriate, insensitive and frankly unacceptable tweet” he made as part of a controversial debate over cultural appropriation.In a memo distributed to staff, CBC News editor-in-chief Jennifer McGuire said Steve Ladurantaye will now work on its digital “storytelling strategies” and reach out to indigenous communities “as part of his learning process.”“As you know, Steve Ladurantaye apologized for his action,” said McGuire in the memo. “He has made it his goal to better understand the appropriation issue from the perspective of Canada’s indigenous people.“We will support Steve in these efforts and I am confident that the work and conversations we are engaged in will, in the long run, make Steve and all of us better journalists and better leaders.”Last week, Ladurantaye was among the journalists who engaged in a late-night Twitter conversation that was sparked by a contentious magazine article advocating for more cultural appropriation in Canadian literature.In the Writers’ Union of Canada’s magazine Write, novelist and then-editor Hal Niedzviecki suggested “anyone, anywhere, should be encouraged to imagine other peoples, other cultures, other identities.”The opinion piece also suggested there should be an appropriation prize in literature.After the article was published, apologies came from the union as well as Niedzviecki, who resigned.Meanwhile, former National Post editor Ken Whyte responded by tweeting he would “donate $500 to the founding of the appropriation prize if someone else wants to organize.”Ladurantaye replied that he would contribute $100. He later deleted the tweet and apologized, saying “what I did was hurtful, and my apology is without condition.”“In short, I wasn’t thinking. I didn’t stop to think,” he said in a string of tweets.“That’s a problem. I need to address it. I didn’t stop to think about what it is like to not have my position or my power or my voice.”McGuire said she spent the last few days “meeting with individuals and groups who have experienced personal hurt and community impact” from Ladurantaye’s tweet.“This incident raised questions about CBC’s commitment to being a more inclusive and representative workplace in staffing, in leadership, and in content,” she said.Ladurantaye’s duties will be assumed by executive director of news content Jonathan Whitten, senior director of content experience Michael Gruzuk, and executive producer of “The National” Caroline Harvey, said a CBC spokesman.McGuire’s memo also noted that Ladurantaye’s future with “The National” will be reassessed in the fall.The CBC said Wednesday that Ladurantaye was not going to comment on his reassignment.The move comes a few days after Jonathan Kay stepped down from his job as editor-in-chief at The Walrus magazine.While Kay said his reasons for leaving the magazine were “somewhat mundane,” his departure followed an opinion piece he wrote in the National Post defending the right to debate cultural appropriation.In an email to The Canadian Press, Kay said his interests as an editor no longer aligned with the priorities of the organization that produces the magazine.
Loulou Hébert, a universally admired former fashion model now famous for her line of perfumes, dies alone in the garden of her estate after a reception in her honour. Was it an accident? Foul play? Her sudden and baffling death proves to be the opening chapter of an extended family drama when her children discover that their beloved mother had contrived to control their lives from beyond the grave, making plans for them that were quite different from what they themselves had in mind.ÉpidémieSphère Média 2016 inc. (DATSIT Sphère inc.)Canadian broadcaster: TVA Group MONTRÉAL – The Quebecor Fund Board of Directors has announced the names of the Canadian production companies that will receive a financial investment in the 38th round of the Fund’s Main Television Production Assistance Program following April 15and 30, 2019 submissions. In this round, the Fund will disburse a total of more than $2.7 million.Of that amount, $388,361 is being granted under the Support for Convergent Production component to the following producers: Gala Productions inc. and URBANIA TV 2802 inc. The two selected productions will air on the Canadian broadcasters TFO and Savoir Média. Under the Support for the Creation of Intellectual Property component, $1,552,759is being granted to six projects from Productions Pixcom inc., Productions GFP (IX) inc. (Groupe Fair-Play inc.), Carpediem Film & TV inc., Terre Innu, Trio Orange inc. and Productions MON FILS inc. (Duo Productions inc.). The broadcasters supporting the development of these projects are TVA, AMI-Télé, ICI Radio-Canada, Unis TV and Yoopa (TVA Group). Under the new Support for the Creation of Intellectual Property for International Markets component, launched in collaboration with the Canada Media Fund (CMF), five projects have been selected to share Quebecor Fund’s $774,750 contribution plus the CMF’s contribution. The producers are Productions Pixcom inc., Sphère Média 2016 inc. (DATSIT Sphère inc.), Productions KOTV VII inc., Blachfilms (Films Blach inc.) and Mont-Rouge Québec inc. (Productions Casablanca inc.) & Mont-Rouge Acadie inc. (Connections Productions inc.). The selected productions will air on the Canadian broadcasters ICI Radio-Canada, TVA Group, Télé-Québec and Super Écran (Bell Media).Since its inception in 1999, Quebecor Fund’s Television Production Assistance Program has supported a total of 280 projects involving 85 production companies, 48 Canadian broadcasters and 34 foreign broadcasters with grants totalling nearly $83 million under all of its components combined. Advertisement After the suspicious death of Tim Clarkson, a wealthy guest at the Mont-Rouge hotel, local cop Manon Daigle tries to unravel the mystery, with some unwanted help from the RCMP.Quebecor FundQuebecor Fund was established with funding from Videotron Ltd., which provides over $7 million annually in broadcasting distribution undertaking (BDU) contributions to the Canadian industry. Its mission is to support the development, production, marketing and export of high-quality content and its exploitation on various platforms. To date, Quebecor Fund’s programs have paid out a total of nearly $105 million.The Board of Directors is responsible for all decisions pertaining to the Fund, including its priorities, and is entirely and exclusively responsible for its funding decisions. The date of the next round of funding under the Television Production Assistance Program is Tuesday, October 1, 2019. For reasons of environmental responsibility and efficiency, all applications for all program must now be submitted electronically. For more information, please visit www.quebecorfund.ca. A mysterious virus is spreading across Montréal. Infectious disease specialist Anne-Marie Leclerc, director of the public health lab, must deal with the epidemic while coping with personal disasters. Will she succeed?Plan B (season 3)Productions KOTV VII inc.Canadian broadcaster: ICI Radio-Canada Matthieu Dugal and Marianne Desautels-Marrissal have two things in common: they’re nerds and they’re a couple. Couple de Nerds is a documentary series about the scientific and technological issues that naturally spring up in their daily lives, as they are reading the newspaper or talking to friends. The television show is complemented by two series of video shorts: in each segment of Kick théorique, Matthieu and Marianne profile a scientist outside the confines of his or her field, and in Décortiqué they race to beat the clock as they attempt to unpack in a few minutes a scientific topic related to the latest episode of the show.SUPPORT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPONENT:Nuit BlanchePixcom Productions Inc.Canadian broadcaster: ICI Radio-Canada Advertisement After discovering a secret passage in an abandoned house in their village, Lou and his friends enter a mysterious parallel dimension and search for a priceless treasure.Mont-RougeMont-Rouge Québec inc. (Prod Casablanca) & Mont-Rouge Acadie inc. (Connections Prod)Canadian broadcaster: Super Écran (Bell Media) On parole after 3 months in prison, Jessy is trying to mend his relationship with his jaded father and the drug-addict prostitute mother who had abandoned him. While stealing to survive, in violation of his parole conditions, he inadvertently discovers Plan B, a travel agency that offers trips to the past. Jessy travels back in time to pull off the biggest job of his career, solve the problems of everyone he knows, escape his impoverished condition and hopefully win the love of the unattainable Pamela, his childhood crush, at last.Le 422Blachfilms (Films Blach inc.)Canadian broadcaster: Télé-Québec
NEW YORK — Three years after it closed its beloved toy store on Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwarz is making a return to New York.A new FAO opens Friday in Manhattan’s Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks from its former home near Central Park.For more than 150 years, FAO Schwarz was known for its classy and sometimes extravagantly expensive toys.The toy palace it opened on Fifth Avenue in 1986 was a tourist attraction.The new version will be smaller, but will have familiar attractions, including a musical clock tower and the giant piano keyboard mat on which Tom Hanks danced in the film “Big.”Also on sale: A crystal-encrusted toy car for $25,000.Pop-up FAO shops are also opening in England, Spain and Australia.Verena Dobnik, The Associated Press