Crystal Palace to demand £80m for Arsenal transfer target Wilfried Zaha

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Crystal Palace will hold out for £80m for Zaha (Picture: Getty)An £80m asking price is likely to deter both Arsenal and Tottenham, with Emery having just £45m to spend this summer.Emery is considering offloading a number of players, including Mesut Ozil, in a bid to raise further funds.Zaha is under contract with the Eagles until 2023 and scored ten goals in 34 Premier League appearanceslast season, providing another ten assists in those games.MORE: Arsenal in competition with Barcelona over the signature of AS Nancy teenager Bilel Hassaini Crystal Palace to demand £80m for Arsenal transfer target Wilfried Zaha Coral BarryTuesday 25 Jun 2019 1:23 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link589Sharescenter_img Arsenal and Spurs are interested in Zaha (Picture: Getty)Crystal Palace will demand £80million for Wilfried Zaha, according to reports.Zaha has made it clear that he wants to leave Palace, but Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s impending exit is set to complicate matters for the attacker.Palace do not want to sell Wan-Bissaka and Zaha in the same window and Manchester United are closing in on a £60m deal for the right-back.The Evening Standard claim Zaha may be forced to stay at the club amid interest from Arsenal and Tottenham.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Zaha was Palace’s stand-out creative force last season (Picture: Getty)Unai Emery has requested further cash from the Arsenal board to fund a big-money move for Zaha.Zaha is currently at the Africa Cup of Nations with the Ivory Coast and will delay a decision on his future until after the tournament.AdvertisementAdvertisementBut the 26-year-old could now return to a club reluctant to grant his transfer request.last_img read more

Rams’ Clay Matthews says he needs to prove himself to new team, new fans

first_img Sean McVay says Rams’ Super Bowl loss on his mind ‘every minute’ The veteran linebacker is entering his 11th season after he spent the past decade with the Packers. He agreed to a two-year deal with Los Angeles, worth as much as $16.75 million as a free agent this offseason.Matthews’ efficiency decreased last year after recording a career-low 3 1/2 sacks along with 43 total tackles in 16 games for Green Bay.However, he enters the upcoming season with a new mindset on a team he was looking forward to joining.”(It) definitely feels like this is the way (my career) should continue,” Matthews said. “When it was known that things weren’t going to work out in Green Bay, I told my agent that one of the teams I wanted to look at was the Rams. Fortunately, we were able to make it happen.”The Rams seem just as excited to have Matthews as they continue to add to their already strong defensive unit.Los Angeles is hoping for another successful season after making it all the way to the Super Bowl in Sean McVay’s second year as head coach.”Anybody that’s played as much as he has and had that amount of success — being in a big-time organization and being a world champion — that’s always someone you can learn from,” McVay said. “He’s a guy that, whether it’s with myself or with his teammates, he’s come in and he’s worked the right way.” Rams extend coach Sean McVay, GM Les Snead through 2023 season “One of the things you don’t really understand (until it happens) is that when you go to a new team, you have to prove yourself all over again,” Matthews said Monday, via “That’s the spirit of football — the competition.”So to come out here with a new coaching staff and new players and media and fans, you have to prove yourself.” Related News Clay Matthews is fitting into his role with the Rams, and the six-time Pro Bowl player isn’t taking it lightly.Matthews, who grew up just north of Los Angeles, is excited to play in California again after spending four years at USC. But he knows he’ll still have to prove himself to his new team and the fans despite his accomplished resume. Eric Weddle: Rams’ cornerbacks are ‘best I’ve ever played with’ McVay has already started to keep an eye on Matthews’ playing time as he sat out of practice to start the week. Aaron Donald, Michael Brockers, Aqib Talib, Eric Weddle and Andrew Whitworth also rested in an effort to bank energy for a long playoff run. “When you see these guys (at practice) that have worked and produced at such a high level, you see why they’ve been able to do it,” McVay said. “That’s the same with Clay. He’s done a great job so far and we’re counting on big things from Clay Matthews.”last_img read more

Caldwell Democrat Michelle Schiltz files for District 80 house seat

first_imgSumner Newscow report — Michelle Schiltz of Caldwell traveled to Topeka today to file her official candidacy with the State of Kansas for District 80 in the House of Representatives. Schiltz is a Democrat seeking election to the seat currently held by Republican Kasha Kelley. To date, Kelley has not filed for re-election.Michelle SchiltzSchiltz is a small business owner and well-known community leader. For 10 years she served on Caldwell’s City Commission and is currently the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce President. She is also active in the Caldwell Historical Society and the Saving Hometown and Rural Existence Group founded in Caldwell.Schiltz lives in Caldwell with her husband, Leo, and their son, daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren. “Kansas is faced with serious problems concerning our economic sustainability and the viability of our local hospitals,” said Schiltz. “I’m running because I can bring leadership and accountability to Topeka and end the Brownback tax experiment that has brought Kansas, especially our rural communities, to the brink of financial collapse. It’s time for change.”Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (9) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down Suzie Yunker · 220 weeks ago Hip Hip Hurray!!!! Michelle will not shirk her DUTY to represent District 80..Let’s vote her in.. Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Jessica Yunker · 220 weeks ago Way to go Michelle! You will be a great representative for our district and I can’t wait to see the wonderful things you accomplish! Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Caldwell Fan · 220 weeks ago Thank goodness and wishing you the best of luck! Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Lisa Moreland · 220 weeks ago Awesome!!! Lisa and Matt Moreland Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Jeff McGuire · 219 weeks ago She’s from old money. The Schlitz brewery was very successful for a long time. Report Reply 0 replies · active 219 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Jennifer Pieratt · 219 weeks ago Good for you to step up Michelle, and great for Kansas Report Reply 0 replies · active 219 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down LKS · 219 weeks ago Tracy, could you correct her name? It is Schiltz not Schlitz… she is not an heir to the beer empire though I bet she wishes she were. Whether she’s from “old money” or not she’s a fresh face who is in touch with her community and how they would like to be represented. Go Michelle! Report Reply 2 replies · active 219 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 219 weeks ago My apologies. We here at Sumner Newscow have a motto. “We guarantee 100 percent accuracy unless we are mistaken.” Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down Jeff McGuire · 219 weeks ago It seems like there was an article in the Wall Street Journal a few years back about her changing the spelling of her name to remain anonomous and avoid the hordes of people wanting her to donate to various charities. Alot of people don’t know it but she funnels millions to charities in complete anonymity. She is a very generous person. Report Reply Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

International field targets the McGregor Trophy

first_img Dominic Clemons, 15, won the 2016 Scottish U14 boys’ title and was third in the 2017 Midland U16 boys’ championship. He was also in England’s successful team against Spain.  Ben Pierleoni, 15, won all six of his games when England played Wales, the Netherlands and Ireland in an U16 quadrangular. He was 10th in the Midland U16 championship. Team One is Conor Gough, pictured, (Stoke Park), Charlie Hilton (Ifield) and Robin Williams (Peterborough Milton). Team Two is Tom Gregory (Stoke Park), Dominic Clemons (Hanbury Manor) and Ben Pierleoni (Berkhamsted).  The McGregor Trophy is a 72-hole stroke play championship, played over three days. The full field plays 18 holes on each of the first two days. After 36 holes, the leading 40 competitors and ties qualify to play the final 36 holes on the third day. 12 Jul 2017 International field targets the McGregor Trophy They will be joined by players from 16 other countries, including all the home countries, many European nations and from as far afield as the USA and South Korea.  Burnham & Berrow has a great record as a championship venue, having hosted such events as the British women’s amateur, the British boys’, the Brabazon Trophy, the Tillman Trophy and English Championships.  Tom Gregory, 14, also helped England U16s beat Spain. He was fourth in the Midland U16 boys’ championship and 11th in the Fairhaven Trophies.  Robin Williams, 15, is representing England in this week’s European boys’ team championship. He was fifth in the Peter McEvoy Trophy and was impressive in South African men’s events earlier this season.center_img Conor Gough, 14, won the 2016 English U14 Reid Trophy and this year tied third at the Fairhaven Trophies and was 12th at the Peter McEvoy Trophy; both U18 events. (Image copyright Stills Photography). The Nations Cup players:  Other U16 internationals in the field include Jake Craddock (Sleaford), Enrique Dimayuga (Cuddington), Matthew Freeman (Notts.), George Leigh (Trevose) and Callum Macfie (Lindrick).  An international field will head to Burnham & Berrow Golf Club in Somerset next week in search of one of golf’s most prestigious titles for under-16s.  The McGregor Trophy, or the English U16 boys’ open amateur championship, will see top class young players compete over the challenging links course from 18-20 July.  The English entry of almost 80 players includes a host of U16 internationals, six of whom have been selected for the two teams to defend the Nations Cup.  Charlie Hilton, 16, won the Midland U16 boys’ championship and was in England’s winning team for the U16 international against Spain. Click here for the championship webpagelast_img read more

Harlequin’s Sixties Chicks Too Held Over Thru July 25

first_imgFacebook30Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Harlequin Productions Sixties Chicks Too, Harlequin Productions’ highly successful summer musical, has been extended for an additional week and will now close on July 25. Harlequin’s original musical celebration of the 1960’s greatest female singers and songwriters has attracted thousands of patrons to the State Theater in downtown Olympia.“We extend our summer musicals for additional weeks if the demand is there,” said Harlequin Artistic Director and Director of the show, Linda Whitney. “In this case the demand has been overwhelming, and that’s a great problem to have!”The show, which was originally scheduled to finish its performance run on July 19, features songs by such artists as Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Janis Joplin, The Supremes, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, and more.WHO:             Harlequin ProductionsWHAT:           Sixties Chicks Too, a Harlequin original musical celebrationWHEN:           June 18-July 25, 2015; Thursdays-Saturdays at 8:00pm, Sunday matinees at 2:00pmWHERE:         The Historic State Theater – 202 4th Avenue East, Downtown Olympia 98501PRICE:            General: $39, Senior/Military: $35, Student/Youth: $2DEALS:           Rush tickets available at Box Office ½ hour before curtainTICKETS:       Tickets and info available at, or by calling 360/786-0151RATING:        Bring the family!Harlequin Productions is a professional not-for-profit theater company in Olympia, WA, dedicated to the creation of stimulating and enriching theatrical experiences by producing an eclectic season of new works, “buried treasures,” and unconventional treatments of classics. Through a dynamic selection of extraordinary material, we explore the human adventure in search of theatrical magic that stretches the mind, nourishes the soul, and inspires human empathy.last_img read more