first_imgJ.C. Ce sont nos confrères belges de L’Avenir du Luxembourg qui l’annoncent ce jeudi soir : l’attaquant international luxembourgeois Aurélien Joachim a été rappelé par Dino Toppmöller dans le noyau A de l’Excelsior Virton.“Ça bouge à Virton. Où, manifestement, les prestations et le rendement à l’entraînement des uns et des autres (à moins qu’il s’agisse de mesures disciplinaires) ont incité Dino Toppmöller à modifier un peu ses batteries” indique ainsi le journal belge sur son site internet. Avant de poursuivre : “Ainsi, on a appris qu’Aurélien Joachim, aligné lundi avec les espoirs, a été rappelé dans le noyau A. À l’inverse, des éléments comme Lewerenz, Triboulet et Ramalingom ont été versés temporairement dans le noyau B.”Si cela se confirme bien dans le temps, ce sera forcément une excellente nouvelle pour l’attaquant international luxembourgeois de 33 ans, dont Dino Toppmöller avait toujours dit, depuis son arrivée en Gaume cet été, que son profil ne convenait guère à son système de jeu. Reste à voir si cela mènera Joachim jusqu’aux pelouses de la D1b belges… Partagerlast_img read more

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first_imgLouis van Gaal revealed to journalists on Manchester United’s pre-season tour of the United States that he still needs to make one big signing to complete his squad.He said he needed someone like Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi or Eden Hazard who could just score or create a goal out of nothing.So who else is on Van Gaal’s radar and who will follow the latest signing, Sergio Romero into Old Trafford?Click the arrow above, right to see the latest transfer rumours surrounding Old Trafford. 5 Sergio Ramos to be offered improved contract by Real Madrid – click the yellow arrow for more Man United transfer news – Manchester United have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos. According to Spanish newspaper Marca, an improved deal is on the table from Real Madrid for the World Cup winner and it is the deal he wanted originally. Manager Rafa Benitez said Ramos and Florentino Perez are due to meet very soon.  read more

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first_imgTHE DONEGAL Derry Vipers have announced the first session of their eight-week ‘Hard Knocks’ training camp.The ‘Hard Knocks’ camp will see where new recruits and returning Veterans come along and try out one of Ireland’s fastest growing sports.The Donegal Derry Vipers are an American Football team that bridges the Irish border. The team have bases in the Vale Centre, Greysteel, Derry and Coláiste Ailigh, Letterkenny The training camp will take place in the Vale Centre in Greysteel, Derry, kicking off on October 6th from 10am to 1pm and continuing every Sunday until November 24th.Club Chairman, Patrick Maguire tells us a bit more about the rookie camp.“This is the first step in becoming a Viper and playing throughout the Island amongst other teams, it is also the first step in becoming a new and fitter person and making some friends along the way,” he says.“In previous years, our try-outs consisted of one combine and then normal training sessions, but after feedback from our veterans over the years we are going back to basics and building the player from the ground up “We will teach you how the game is played and the correct way to tackle, the sport is open to everyone, from the very fit down to the first timers to sport, now is the time to get involved”.The Vipers are keen to point out that the team is for men AND women.“We had a few women playing in the league last year in some of the Dublin and Craigavon teams, so please if you’re a lady, interested in the sport, call down to the try-outs, you wont be disappointed,” he says.“All you need to bring is water, football boots and a gum shield, we provide all the pads and helmets.The Vipers compete in the IAFA league (Irish American Football Association) and are the premier team in the North West.” The team was founded in 2014 by Cathal Curran and has gone from strength to strength since its inception and was promoted to IAFA1 in 2017 after a very successful undefeated 2016 season resulting in the team winning the IAFA2 bowl.Offensive Co-Ordinator Derm Brown says: “Whether you’re a sports athlete star looking to try something new in American Football or a lazy couch potato looking to get into shape. This is the sport for you.“There’s something for everyone requiring all kinds of body types and mindsets.“Even if you know nothing about American Football now, that will soon change. The majority of the team began with zero American Football knowledge and now know the vital importance of a 3rd down conversion or what a ‘hold’ is.” If you’re interested visit: to sign up to the Tryouts by using our contact form to register your interest so we have an idea of numbers in advance. We will also add you into the Vipers WhatsApp Group for further information.Donegal Derry Vipers announce ‘Hard Knocks’ training camp was last modified: October 1st, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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)last_img read more

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’The demand to dispose of the menacing, possibly airborne creature was hardly unusual. The Los Angeles Police Department received 1.7 million calls last year through the 911 emergency system and 1.5 million more via its nonemergency numbers. This year, it already has logged more than 1.2 million on both, and the number will likely increase when it picks up cell phone calls from the California Highway Patrol in December. No specific statistics exist on the number of spurious calls, like the wayward spider, but Mealy said as many as 70 percent are non-life-threatening. They’re so frequent, dispatchers don’t even track the number of wasted calls. They come in at all hours of the day. Anonymous complaints about neighbors’ loud rap music or overly enthusiastic lovemaking. Parents angry at kids who won’t go to school or get off the phone. A rant about the poor quality of television programming these days. An embarrassing sexually transmitted disease. An inquiry for the phone number for Pizza Hut on Alvarado Street. The LAPD alone fields 6,000 to 8,000 calls daily at its center downtown and 3,000 more in West Hills. The Los Angeles Fire Department deploys units on roughly 2,000 incidents a day, but handles more calls than that. An hour without a nonsense call is cause for celebration. “The weight upon us is overwhelming,” said Brian Humphrey, a Fire Department spokesman. “Someone calls 911 and says, `I’ve got little green men coming out of my sink.’ Maybe they’ve got psychoses, maybe they’re a diabetic with low blood sugar. “We always respond with an abundance of caution, so five minutes after they hang up the phone, they’ve got a cadre of well-trained responders there to help them. Unfortunately, it’s the rest of the people of Los Angeles who then pay the price.” The LAPD takes the majority of 911 calls within the county, answering nearly 91 percent within its goal of 10 seconds. Currently, the CHP fields cell phone calls but will hand off most nonfreeway calls to the LAPD in coming months. Last year, when it still handled all of the county’s cell calls, it got 1.2 million, as many as 15 percent of which turned out to be not even vague emergencies. Cell phones also presented a unique challenge for the CHP stemming from the phenomenon known either as “phantom calls,” or “butt calls.” The latter involve a caller involuntarily dialing the emergency number by sitting on their phone’s keypad, leaving the operator listening to muffled noise. Prior to implementing a system requiring callers to press a button or acknowledge they intended to call 911, rumps and other accidental calls rang up 25 percent of the call volume. And even when it’s a different sort of rear-end on the line, the calls still don’t necessarily pass muster. Like the guy who wanted to know if the CHP had any Aston Martins in service so he could get an opinion before he bought one. Or the customer who hadn’t quite gotten it their way. “We had one where they were literally in a drive-through burger place and they’d gotten upset with the attendant,” said Capt. Steve Webb, commander of the CHP’s Los Angeles Communications Center. “They weren’t getting satisfaction with what they’d ordered, so they wanted us, the CHP, to intervene to make sure they got their milkshake and Double Whopper. And they’re very serious about this.” [email protected] (818) 713-3738 Who to call If you don’t have a life-threatening emergency, authorities encourage the use of these numbers instead of 911: 211: Health and Human Services. Callers can find information on clinics, jobs, employment and crisis counseling. It can also be accessed by dialing (800) 339-6993 or visiting 311: Los Angeles City Hall. Handles complaints on potholes, fallen trees, burned-out street lights. Also can refer callers to local fire or police stations. 877-ASK-LAPD: Nonemergency police contact number. 611: Telephone repair. 711: Relay service for deaf or hard of hearing. On cell phones, #399: Nonemergency motorist breakdown. If you’re blocking traffic on the freeway, however, you should still call 911. Sources: Los Angeles Fire Department and California Highway Patrol.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The call came in, answered deep inside the LAPD’s Communications Center. A breathless caller nervously spoke. An armed intruder – eight-armed, in fact – had invaded her home, and she needed the police to apply lethal force. A highly trained dispatcher fielded the call and determined the assailant was an arachnid. “No kidding, a spider,” said Lt. Chuck Mealy, the assistant commanding officer of the LAPD’s Communications Division. “The dispatcher’s asking, `Why don’t you kill it or chase it outside?’ She says, `It’s a big spider. It might be a flying spider.’ Eventually, we got the paramedics involved and they told her `We don’t come out on spiders. You’re going to have to find someone else to kill it for you.”‘ last_img
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