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first_img 11 11 28. Cesar Azpilicueta 11 11 11 4. Cesc Fabregas (centre midfield) 11 5. Kurt Zouma (centre back) 11 2. Branislav Ivanovic (right back) 11 11 1. Asmir Begovic (goalkeeper) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 19. Diego Costa (striker) 21. Nemanja Matic (centre midfield) 8. Oscar (attacking midfield) 26. John Terry (centre back) 11 11 The Premier League is back this weekend.And while Liverpool’s trip to Manchester City is undoubtedly the blockbuster clash of the top flight’s return, Norwich’s visit to Chelsea will certainly be one to keep an eye on.The reigning English champions have been excruciatingly unpredictable this season, and manager Jose Mourinho will be hoping the international break has had a positive impact on his under-performing senior squad.So, will the Portuguese manager again make changes or will he continue to place trust in his big-name flops?Click the yellow arrow above, right, to take a look at talkSPORT’s predicted Chelsea line up. 22. Willian (right wing) 10. Eden Hazard (left wing) last_img read more

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first_imgAfter another mad moment during Chelsea’s 0-0 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, Diego Costa’s future at Stamford Bridge is in doubt.The Brazil-born striker has endured a frustrating season so far, only managing three goals and one assist in 11 games, which resulted in Jose Mourinho benching him for the clash at White Hart Lane.And when he failed to make the field after all three substitutions were made against Spurs, Costa threw his training bib petulantly over his shoulder, almost hitting his Portuguese boss.The incident may have put his future in jeopardy but are Chelsea better off without the lacklustre ex-Atletico Madrid man? talkSPORT wants to know your view.Vote in our poll below… 1 Chelsea striker Diego Costa last_img read more

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first_img 5 3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) – Dortmund chiefs will no doubt be preparing themselves for a number of offers for their prized asset in the summer. Reports suggest that the Bundesliga outfit will demand in excess of £60m for the forward’s signature and United could be prepared to meet their financial demands. The Gabon international has stunned Europe this season, scoring 21 goals in Germany’s top flight already, and is set to be on the wish list of a whole host of European giants. The Red Devils won’t go uncontested in their pursuit, which could make pulling this deal off all the more important for their reputation. 5 4. John Stones (Everton) – The young defender is perhaps the most in-demand player from Roy Hodgson’s senior Three Lions squad, having attracted interest from Chelsea, Manchester City, United and Real Madrid over the past season and a half. There are still question marks over the England international’s progression, but at 21-years-old, this is to be expected. In signing Stones, not only would a long-term acquisition have been acquired, but major bragging rights would be earned. It’s anticipated that he will leave Goodison Park in the near future, and whoever wins the battle for his signature will have brushed aside some of Europe’s elite to do so. 2. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – Anthony Martial is the long-term prospect up top and Wayne Rooney still looks to have a few seasons left in his tank – but United need more in attack. They need a player that worries defenders before the referee has even blown for kick off, as Robin van Persie did in his three years at the club. Along with Luis Suarez, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sergio Aguero, Lewandowski is arguably the most feared centre forward at present. Only Ibrahimovic, Gonzalo Higuain and Suarez have registered more than his 22 league goals. Martial and Rooney, United’s joint top-scorers, haven’t even reached double figures – with both scoring seven so far this season. 5 1. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) – take a look at four other players that could bring the fear factor back to United, just click the arrow above – This is the signing that the Old Trafford faithful want Ed Woodward to pull off and it’s one that really could happen, if the club’s chiefs are willing to spend big. The recent signings of Angel Di Maria and Memphis Depay have proven that no matter how talented a player seems for his current club, bringing his performances to the Premier League is no easy task, with the former giving up after one season and the latter similarly struggling to adapt. The no. 7 shirt is becoming difficult to fill, but Bale could be just the man needed to take over the famous jersey. It’s time for Ryan Giggs to step up and help make this deal a reality. 5 Manchester United’s fear factor has been getting weaker and weaker since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in the summer of 2013.At present, Louis van Gaal, not his squad, is being held almost entirely responsible for their recent poor form.Various reports claim that the Dutchman is set to be replaced by Jose Mourinho, with the latter having reached a ‘gentlemen’s agreement’ to take over at the Theatre of Dreams in the summer.READ THE LATEST ON JOSE MOURINHO TO OLD TRAFFORD HEREBut, will a change in manager alone inject the fear United have so missed over the past two and a half seasons?The likelihood is that it will not, leaving much work to be done in the market. So, with this in mind, take a look at five players the Red Devils could sign to worry their rivals by clicking the arrow above, right. 5 5. Blaise Matuidi (Paris Saint-Germain) – On paper, Michael Carrick, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Daley Blind and Morgan Schneiderlin should be one of the strongest midfields in the Premier League. To an extent, they have been. Only Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have conceded less than United’s 24 goals against this season, but this, as has been well documented, is not the problem. The concern is that Van Gaal’s options are, to put it bluntly, boring. United have become painfully predictable, but a France combination of Schneiderlin and Matuidi, who has three goals and seven assists this season as well as being PSG’s fifth top tackler, could bring some much needed balance – and excitement – to their starting line up.last_img read more

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first_img160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Los Angeles City Council on Friday rejected a proposed $16 million settlement in a case involving four police officers who were key figures in the Rampart Division scandal. After a closed-door meeting, the council voted 10-0 to reject the settlement in cases brought against the city by Officer Paul Harper, suspended Sgt. Edward Ortiz, former Sgt. Brian Liddy and former Officer Michael Buchanan. “We were told we stand a good chance of winning at trial,” said Councilman Ed Reyes, whose district is in the Rampart Division. “We had to balance out the costs here with the prospects of winning. The council decided to let the legal process continue.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Liddy, Ortiz and Buchanan had been found guilty of conspiring to frame two gang members but the verdicts were overturned. Liddy, Ortiz and Harper also were acquitted on a set of other charges related to the arrest of a gang member. The Rampart Division scandal centered on allegations that members of an anti-gang unit framed gang members to arrest them. The scandal resulted in a series of reforms at the Los Angeles Police Department and was one of the main reasons a consent decree was instituted to oversee the LAPD’s use of force and disciplinary system. More than 250 claims had been filed against the city over the issue, with payouts in the $70 million range.last_img read more

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The 54-year-old Torrance resident has been at his location for more than four years. Before that, he occupied a Redondo Beach site for more than eight years. A wall at Erickson’s fitness center sports photographs of some of his most famous clients over the years including Britney Spears, Shania Twain, Salma Hayek and Keith Richards. Erickson has had a colorful career. A certified chiropractor, he holds a doctorate in physical therapy and sports medicine from USC. He also studied various other therapy techniques including kinesiology, shiatsu massage, acupressure, moxibustion and herbal therapy. Also, Erickson has a black belt in various martial arts disciplines. He uses all these skills in his fitness training. A profession Erickson no longer pursues is bodyguard, although he still has a photo in his gym of himself guarding the Dalai Lama. What does your job entail? I’m a trainer, sports medicine (expert), chiropractor extraordinaire. I do training here or I go to people’s homes. I do group and I do personal training as well. Which do you prefer? I like them both. People get better results when it’s one on one. But with a group, you have an audience. That fires me up, and you get a lot of good energy. What are your workouts like? It’s a mix of anaerobic and aerobic. I keep your body in constant shock through a diversification of workout. It’s a mixture of plyometrics, boxing-style rope-jumping routines with all the tricks, floor weights, floor Pilates, abdominal work, kickboxing. I do medicine ball routines. How often do you change directions in a workout? It’s constant sporadic change. Sometimes I’ll do them at a minute interval or a 30-second interval. So in a few minutes I have them dripping in sweat. What challenges do you face? My hardest thing is instilling confidence or a certainty that they can make this happen. It’s easy for people to be negative. What can lead to failure in training? Doubt, low self-esteem, believing the negative things about themselves. How big are your class sizes? They go anywhere from five to 20. It just depends on the day. Do you work on diet? I do all nutrition and diet control. I make them write journals for me on what they do eat, and I show them how to mix it up. What’s your favorite guilty pleasure? Hot fudge sundaes. Or a martini, but it’s straight up so there’s not many calories. What do you do to keep fit? I still do my martial arts. I jump rope for about a half-hour. I do push-ups and sit-ups. I’m very structured in what I eat, and one day a week I eat what I want. What do you charge? There’s a $30 special right now for private lessons. It’s $85 a month for unlimited group classes. Private training at people’s houses is $100 an hour. What’s the best part of your job? Working with people. That’s the essence of what I’m about. I really like seeing people’s lives change. I like to turn their dreams into reality. What’s the worst part of your job? There is none. Come on. No job is perfect? Mine is. There really isn’t any bad. Even on my bad days, it’s a good day because I learn something about it. Are you planning anything new? I have workout DVDs we’re going to start filming at the end of November. And hopefully it will be released by the first of the year. One of your clients told me that your training has greatly improved his sexual prowess. Is it common for your training to have that effect on people? Yes. Actually it does. It’s building their stamina and their endurance. Are you as good as Viagra? Any drug is going to enhance them at a much faster pace. But this is a natural way to do it. muhammed.el-hasan@dailybreeze.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Muhammed El-Hasan STAFF WRITER Jerry Erickson says he views his clients as unfinished artwork that he must complete. No, Erickson is not a tattoo or body piercing artist, although his clients have been known to wince with pain. He runs a gym called Erickson’s Fitness Boot Camp in Torrance. last_img read more

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first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A story Tuesday about FBI hate-crime statistics contained incorrect information. The Jena Six case in Louisiana involved six black students accused of beating a white student. The white student involved in the beating had nothing to do with an earlier incident in which another white student had hung a noose on a tree. last_img

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first_imgDETROIT – Automakers reported mixed U.S. sales results for November on Monday, with some new or more fuel-efficient models performing well despite consumer malaise over high gas prices and the weak economy. But even with rising sales of small cars and crossovers, the industry predicts things will get worse in 2008. General Motors Corp. said Monday it is cutting scheduled first-quarter production by 11 percent, while Ford Motor Co. said it would cut scheduled production by 7 percent. Ford’s top U.S. sales analyst, George Pipas, said the automaker predicts sales will be at their slowest pace in a decade in the first half of 2008. GM, the biggest automaker by U.S. sales, said its November sales dropped 11 percent, hurt by falling demand for trucks and cuts in sales to low-profit rental car fleets, while Chrysler LLC said sales fell 2 percent. Ford and Toyota Motor Corp. both reported flat sales for the month. Honda Motor Co.’s sales were up 5 percent while Nissan Motor Co.’s sales rose 6 percent. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“Rising fuel prices and sliding home values delivered a one-two punch this month,” Jim Lentz, executive vice president of Toyota’s Torrance-based U.S. sales arm, said in a statement. “But the industry’s not down for the count. Demand for fresh, more fuel-efficient products continues to show strength.” GM’s November truck sales fell 15 percent, a casualty of the slowing pace of new home construction, while car sales declined 4 percent. GM said it also cut sales to low-margin rental fleets by 29 percent compared with last November. GM’s sales were down 6 percent for the first 11 months of the year. Mark LaNeve, GM’s vice president of North American sales, service and marketing, said GM wasn’t competitive enough on its incentive spending for 2008 model year pickup trucks. He said the company wants to remain disciplined about incentives but could ramp up spending. Edmunds.com, the automotive information site, said GM spent an average of $3,136 per vehicle on incentives in November, lower than Ford and Chrysler but above its Asian rivals. Ford’s November results ended a yearlong string of losses. Every month of this year, Ford’s sales compared badly with numbers from 2006, when it was still selling thousands of its old Taurus sedans to rental fleets. But Oct. 31 marked one year since the end of production of that sedan. Ford’s top U.S. sales analyst, George Pipas, said the automaker is on track to cut rental-fleet sales by 143,000 in 2007, or more than 30 percent. Ford cut rental-fleet sales by 6 percent in November and plans to continue cutting in 2008, Pipas said. Sales to more profitable government and commercial fleets were up 25 percent for the month. Toyota continued its drive to overtake Ford this year as the No. 2 automaker by sales, outselling Ford by nearly 15,000 vehicles. Toyota’s sales were flat for the month compared with last November, with a 4 percent increase in car sales – including a 109 percent jump for the hybrid Prius – offset by a 5 percent drop in sales of trucks and sport utility vehicles. Toyota’s sales increased 4 percent for the year. Honda’s car sales rocketed up nearly 20 percent on the strength of the new Accord sedan and the subcompact Fit, which saw sales double over last November. But the automaker’s truck sales fell 11 percent. Honda’s sales rose 3 percent for the first 11 months of 2007.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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first_imgA young Donegal entrepreneur has received national recognition in Australia for his superb start-up business. Ronan O’Shea originally from Donegal Town, moved to Melbourne in 2009 after completing his degree at DIT.  Ronan graduated from DIT with a First Class Honours degree in Environmental Planning and Management.The ambitious entrepreneur wasted no time to seize a gap in the market and started his own business called CS Town Planning Services.While many start-up businesses fail without significant investment, O’Shea’s company grew steadily without any financial assistance.After a couple of years the company cemented its status in the locality and became a huge success. O’Shea’s success didn’t go unnoticed and a fortnight ago he received a Young Achievers Award in Victoria State for his outstanding business skills.Ronan’s father is well-known GAA figure John Joe O’Shea who has Donegal GAA teams at various different levels over the years.For more information on Ronan’s company and the award he received click on the links below.Services – http://www.csqtownplanning.com.au/Information about Ronan’s company and award – http://www.awardsaustralia.com/young-achiever-awards/vic/current-winners/DONEGAL BUSINESSMAN WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD DOWN UNDER! was last modified: May 7th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:AustraliaawardBusinessDonegal TownFeaturesnewsRonan O’Shealast_img read more

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first_img 11 James Milner (Liverpool, central midfield) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 11 Roberto Firmino (Liverpool, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen.Who forms the best XI featuring players from the Merseyside rivals?Romelu Lukaku, who has scored 18 Premier League goals this season, but without one in four games, has found the back of the net five times in his last seven appearances against Liverpool. However, does he make the cut over the impressive Daniel Sturridge?Click the arrow above, right, to see a combined team and let us know the players you would pick.Match stats for Liverpool v Everton here. Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool, striker) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 11 Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool, right back) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Romelu Lukaku (Everton, striker) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 John Stones (Everton, central defence) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Simon Mignolet (Liverpool, goalkeeper) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 Ross Barkley (Everton, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Dejan Lovren (Liverpool, central defence) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Alberto Moreno (Liverpool, left back) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. last_img read more

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first_imgGame of Thrones is back for the sixth series.While we wait for the it to start, check out this video of footballers who look like characters from the popular telly programme.And in case you were wondering it’s on at 2am on Monday, 25 April (GMT) on Sky Atlantic – the same time as HBO screen it in the US – but for those who would rather watch at a normal time, you can catch it at 9pm on 25 April on the same channel.Is Jon Snow as dead as Aston Villa?last_img