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first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Clarendon College edged closer to gaining a berth in the inter-zone round of the 2015 ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup as Group H winners, following a 1-1 draw at Lennon High yesterday.After seven matches, the defending champions are on 15 points and yet to lose a game. They are two points in front of a resurgent Edwin Allen High, while the faltering Lennon have 11 points from six matches.The Paul Davis-coached Clarendon College have racked up 30 goals and only four against to dominate the group, and with the return match against second-from-bottom Thompson Town to come on October 10, they are in pole position to be amongst the teams to participate in the cash-rich FLOW Super Cup, which will have its launch today in Montego Bay.Over in Group D, former winners Godfrey Stewart High defeated The Manning’s School 1-0 in the Savanna-la-Mar derby to jump into the lead on 11 points. Previous leaders Petersfield (10 pts) were idle and can retake the lead when they clash with Little London tomorrow.Manning’s remain third in the group with nine points and will have a tough time amassing enough points to keep either Godfrey Stewart or Petersfield from advancing.Knox College’s 1-0 win over Bellefield left Group G in a bind, as apart from leaders Holmwood, who tagged Alston 3-1 for their 14th point of the campaign, four of the remaining teams are locked on 11 points.Knox, Spalding, Alston, and Christiana are neck and neck in the race to advance – along with favourites Holmwood – from the group.last_img read more

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first_imgCROOK Francois de Dietrich – the man at the centre of a multi-million pound investment scam has not returned to the North since being ordered to serve a prison sentence for contempt of court, a court has been told.His barrister told the Court of Appeal he did not know his client’s current whereabouts.The Donegal-based Frenchman is challenging an 18-month jail term imposed in January for failing to fully disclose his worldwide assets. Although a warrant was issued for his arrest at the High Court in Belfast, de Dietrich appears to have gone missing.His counsel, Andrew Moriarty, said yesterday it was his understanding that the businessman was not in Northern Ireland.The barrister told the court that the arrest warrant hanging over de Dietrich “might make him inclined not to return to the jurisdiction”.Lord Chief Justice Sir Declan Morgan responded: “I don’t think you’re seriously suggesting we should set aside a perfectly good warrant for his arrest so he can come back scot-free. “Your client at the minute knows that there is a warrant. He knows he’s been subject to a process of the court and has decided to remain outside the jurisdiction so it can’t be enforced.“He has a perfectly adequate remedy by way of complying with the order or to come to this court and put forward a persuasive case for interim relief.”Dozens of people on both sides of the border have lost millions of euros in investments they made in bogus scams through de Dietrich.Two hundren members of the Donegal business community, sporting figures and travellers are thought to have handed over money.Court proceedings launched by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) led to an injunction banning de Dietrich and his company ETIC Solutions from taking any more deposits. An order freezing more than £20.2m in assets linked to the businessman was also obtained.De Dietrich was held to be in contempt of an order to disclose his financial affairs in full to the FSA.He has issued a statement through his lawyers denying any fraudulent behaviour and claiming to operate legitimate businesses which have been unable to trade due to the legal action.A date for de Dietrich’s appeal hearing is due to be set later this month. CROOK FRANCOIS HAS ‘DISAPPEARED’ – BARRISTER TELLS COURT was last modified: March 5th, 2011 by gregShare 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_imgHe was loved at Arsenal and dazzled everyone else, picking up the Football Writers award in 2002 and being named in three PFA teams of the year.“It’s difficult to pick out one or two highlights but he was superb in our double-winning season during the 2001/02 campaign and contributed hugely to our unbeaten season with 19 goals,” Wenger said of him.However, his time finished in disappointing fashion when the club lost the 2006 Champions League final and he was replaced after 20 minutes because of Jens Lehmann’s red card. At 32, Arsenal offered him a one year contract extension when he wanted more and he eventually joined Villarreal in 2006.REVEALED: The 25 greatest Premier League players everMore Arsenal Transfer GoldArsenal sign Torino striker in club record dealWhen Arsenal appalled the FA to sign striker for a transfer recordWhen Arsenal manager interrupted Celtic striker’s holiday to try and sign him Arsenal sign Robert Pires on 4 July, 2000 2 On 4 July, 2000, Arsenal spent £5m on Marseille’s Robert Pires and it was one of the best transfers the club have ever completed.Having arrived as World Cup and European Championship winner, his collection of medals continued to grow in north London during his six glorious years. He played 284 times, scored 84 goals and won the Premier League twice in addition to three FA Cups.But it could have been so different for the creative Ligue 1 star.“I would have preferred to have played for Real Madrid, but the words of Wenger gave me more security,” Pires explained upon his signing.The Spanish club were heavily linked with him, but the player was wary of not playing regularly in LaLiga and had seen what happened to compatriot Nicolas Anelka following his £22m move in 1999.“Nico was a signing of the president and did not fit in with the plans of the coach. My decision to sign for Arsenal was not just about money but also the opportunity to play,” he said, adding that he never actually spoke with Madrid boss Vicente Del Bosque, whereas he had been in constant communication with Wenger since December.He also revealed his admiration for what Wenger did for the careers of international team-mates, Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Emmanuel Petit as well as Anelka. 2last_img read more

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