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first_img0Shares0000Diego Godin will bring his vast experience to Inter Milan’s defence next season © AFP/File / Raul ARBOLEDAROME, Italy, Jul 1 – Veteran Uruguayan central defender Diego Godin, who announced his departure from Atletico Madrid in May, signed a three-year deal with Inter Milan on Monday.In a busy day of Serie A transfer activity, Luca Pellegrini became reigning champions Juventus’ first summer signing after moving from Roma on a 22-million-euro ($25 million) four-year deal. The promising Pellegrini, 20, came through the ranks at Roma before spending last season on loan at Cagliari. Fellow defender Leonardo Spinazzola moved the other way as part of the deal.Juventus are expected to tie up the transfer of French midfielder Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain later Monday.Roma paid out 29.5 million euros for 26-year-old Spinazzola, the seven-time Italy international who also signed a four-year contract with the capital club.Also joining Roma will be Guinea midfielder Amadou Diawara on a 21-million-euro three-year contract.That follows the departure from Roma on Sunday of Greek international centre-back Kostas Manolas who joined Napoli for a reported fee of be 36 million euros.Godin, 33, signed for Inter after coming to the end of his contract with Atletico, where he spent nine seasons and was captain.“There’s a new sheriff in town,” Inter tweeted of the uncompromising Godin, who has won 131 caps for his country but could not prevent his country being knocked out in the quarter-finals of the ongoing Copa America.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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first_imgLough Swilly is an “environmental disaster” due to the alleged failure of the marine authorities to properly control farming of oysters there, the High Court has been told.“What is happening in Lough Swilly currently is an environmental disaster”, said Paul Bradley, chairman of the Lough Swilly Wild Oyster Society Ltd (LSWOS), whose members fish for native oysters. Peter Finlay SC, for the society, secured leave on Tuesday from Ms Justice Miriam O’Regan to seek orders quashing the issuing by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine last December of certain licences concerning farming of non-native oyster species in Lough Swilly.The Irish Times reports it also wants orders requiring its appeals over those licences to be considered by the Aquaculture Appeals Board.In proceedings against the Minister and the board, the LSWOS claims a number of licences issued last December to Lough Swilly Shellfish Growers Co-Operative Society Ltd (LSSGCS) were issued in excess of the Minister’s powers under the Fisheries (Amendment) Act 1997.In court documents, Mr Bradley, of Umircam, Buncrana, said the LSSGCS was granted foreshore and fish culture licences in 1994 by the Minister for a 10 year period.DetrimentWhile LSSGCS had applied in 2004 for their renewal, the Minister only made a decision on renewal last December, 13 years later and during which time the licensee was permitted continue its activities to the “detriment” both of the LSWOS and of native oysters in Lough Swilly, he said.The Minister purported to grant licences retrospectively licensing the LSSGCS activities over the past 13 years and for the coming ten years but the Minister had no power to do so, he claims.Mr Bradley said his society does not object in principle to the granting of a licence, “properly regulated”, in Lough Swilly, and nor did it object to the proposed licensee, LSSGCS.The LSWOS’ concern is the marine authorities’ refusal to hear its “valid” complaints about the survival of oyster fishing in Lough Swilly and its wider concern about “widespread and uncontrolled” interference with fishing of native oysters there.Mr Bradley said the LSWOS has about 35 members with 16 active fishing vessels and 24 active fishing licences issued by Inland Fisheries Ireland.Its members have been fishing for native oysters in Lough Swilly for about 25 years but the natural fishing grounds have been eroded over time by introduction of non-native species farmed under licences granted by the Minister, he said.Expert surveys commissioned by the LSWOS showed the impact of the introduction of the Pacific oyster for farming in the lough under licences which have either been abandoned or neglected, he said. That had left behind a “mass of untended Pacific oysters that have spread and taken over the beds in which native oysters are produced”.The licences subject of this case were purportedly granted on December 7th and 12th last and a notice had stated an appeal could be made within one month of publication.After he submitted an appeal on January 9th, the board informed him on January 23rd the licence decision was published on December 7th and his appeal was out of time.This was despite an email of December 21st from the board stating the last day for appeals was January 15th because of three bank holidays in the month, he said.When he wrote on January 24th referring to the email, he was again told the time for lodging appeals expired on January 8th. After another query from him on February 6th, the board told him on February 7th it was awaiting clarification from the department and could not formally respond.The failure to consider the appeal is irrational, unfair and unreasonable, he claims.Lough Swilly is an “environmental disaster”, High Court told was last modified: March 8th, 2018 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:donegalHIGH COURTLough Swillyoysterslast_img read more

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first_imgDONEGAL captain Michael Murphy has been voted the official gaa.ie Player of the Week.The Glenswilly man’s performance against Derry at Celtic Park on Sunday had fans from all 32 counties voting online.He had strong competition from Mattie Donnelly (Tyrone) and Shane Walsh (Galway) in the football vote, but the Donegal captain was a comfortable winner in the end getting almost half of the votes. ***GAA.ie FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK1. Michael Murphy (Donegal) – 1477 votes (48.3%)2. Mattie Donnelly (Tyrone) – 807 votes (26.4%) 3. Shane Walsh (Galway) – 775 votes (25.3%)The 2012 All-Ireland winning captain changed the game for Donegal against Derry, inspiring their comeback. Brought close to goal for the second half, his influence in the decisive third quarter was profound.Two of his points in that period, his one from play and that incredible sideline ball from the right wing, will live long in the memory.That stellar performance at the most crucial period of the game saw him pick up a huge amount of support on Facebook, more than enough to take him past Donnelly and Walsh, although they both polled very strongly.Donnelly just pipped Walsh into second place after his dominant display from centre-half-back in Tyrone’s replay victory over Down at Newry on Saturday night. The Trillick St. Macartan’s man received 26 per cent of the vote. In third place was Galway’s Shane Walsh. The Kilkerrin-Clonberne man was the star of the Galway team that won the U21 All-Ireland last year and against London he really announced himself at senior level, scoring 1-6 of his side’s tally in Ruislip, including 1-3 from play and a brilliant ’45’. He received 25 per cent of the vote.***Players of the Week are decided based on votes cast by followers of @officialgaa on Twitter and on the Official GAA Facebook Page.MICHAEL MURPHY VOTED GAA.IE FOOTBALLER OF THE WEEK was last modified: May 28th, 2014 by John2Share 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:gaa.ieMichael Murphyonline votelast_img read more

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