The captain and guard of former basketball champions, NPA Pythons, Raphael M. Quaye, who is also the captain of Lone Star has graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants, earning a Certified Public Accountant degree.The basketball icon, 38, graduated on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in Accra, Ghana.Quaye would be admitted as a member of the CA in September-2014 after a completion of a three-day induction course.“I’m happy to strive to be a mentor to upcoming basketball players,” he said. “I want to encourage other basketballers to pursue education while playing.”Quaye qualified to earn a CA when he successfully passed the Uniform Chartered Accountant Examination administered by the Liberia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (LICPA).The LICPA further said basketball playerQuaye qualified along with three others to complete part four of the institute’s professional examinations.He works with the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).The Executive Director of LICPA, James Dorbor Jallah said this is the very first time that local accountants have qualified as full professionals without traveling overseas.Quaye is an aggressive basketball guard and also a three-pointer.He began playing basketball with Commissioner, from 1993-1995 and later joined NPA Pythons in 1996, where he is still playing as a Point Guard.Former Python’s Coach Matthew Gbamore said his presence on the team helped the team to capture seven 1st division championships.Chartered Accountant (CA) originated from British Royal Charter and widely spread to the Commonwealth since its inception in 19th century, while the CPA is the brand title of qualified accountants in the United States.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
First Lady, Sandra Granger (seated centre) and the facilitators and participants of the Early Childhood Development WorkshopTwenty-six women on Monday began their training at First Lady, Sandra Granger’s Early Childhood Development Workshop. The participants, upon completion of the three-component workshop, which includes CPR training, will receive certification from the Board of Industrial Training (BIT).Granger said that while the workshop provides official certification, it can also help improve parent-child or caregiver-child relationships. “It’s very important to us as women to be able to stand on our feet economically because it has a bearing on our social and other interactions… That is why I have been… very firm in making sure these workshops… must be certified… It will teach you how to approach your child differently… Also, if you have a child with special needs… you can understand that the child is different and needs particular care. [They are] different, not stupid, not slow, not ‘hard ears’. Their minds just work differently,” she said.Facilitator, Paulette Bollers encouraged the participants to take advantage of the positive difference they can make in the life of a child. “Research proves that a good foundation in early years makes a difference in adulthood and even gives the next generation a better start. While the brain is shaped by experiences at all phases of life, the experiences during the first years have an especially powerful role in influencing the developing brain. Therefore, we must ensure that children’s early experiences are positive, that they have a secure foundation for development because what they learn during those crucial early years will affect them for the rest of their lives,” she said.Participants from the workshop hailed from Buxton, Georgetown, communities along the West Bank, the East Coast, and Women Across Differences (WAD). The workshop is conducted through a collaboration between the Office of the First Lady, the Social Protection Ministry, and the Guyana Red Cross Society. This component of the workshop is being held at the Regency Suites Hotel.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Many of the 93 elderly residents of the home were too frail to escape on their own, and nearly all of those who did get out suffered injuries. “I didn’t have time to get frightened. I opened the door, there was smoke and the acrid smell of plastic. I shut the door and immediately jumped out of the window. I have survived by a real miracle,” one survivor, Vasily Kondratko, told NTV television. KAMYSHEVATSKAYA, Russia – Flames engulfed a nursing home in this village without a fire station Tuesday, killing 62 frail and elderly residents after the night watchman ignored two alarms and emergency teams took nearly an hour to arrive. At least 30 people were injured. Coming a day after a gas explosion that killed more than 100 coal miners in Siberia, the fire could undermine Kremlin contentions that conditions are improving in newly prosperous Russia. Angry residents hurled accusations of negligence at the regional envoy of President Vladimir Putin, who announced that today would be a national day of mourning for those killed in the fire and mine catastrophe as well as a plane crash Saturday that killed six. Authorities blamed the nursing-home disaster on safety violations at the home, toxic building materials used in a renovation, negligence by the staff and the nearest firehouse being about 30 miles from Kamyshevatskaya, in southern Russia.
A DONEGAL based crook exposed by donegaldaily.com as a fraudster, cheat, liar and a thief will see his scam wound up in courts north and south of the Border in the next few days, we can reveal.The High Court in Dublin has already ordered the compulsory winding up of Francois de Dietrich’s ETIC Solutions Ltd (ETIC) and appointed joint liquidators.ETIC has been ordered to wind up in the Republic of Ireland, with Paul Rooney and Declan McDonald, both of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), appointed as joint liquidators. The High Court in Dublin made the order on 4 July. We understand the matter is listed for hearing in the Examiner’s Court in Dublin tomorrow.A petition in the High Court in the North to wind up ETIC and appoint PwC as liquidators there will be heard next Wednesday in Belfast.The northern High Court of Justice has already appointed Paul Rooney and Dan Schwarzmann, both of PwC, as joint provisional liquidators in Northern Ireland.We have now learned that once next week’s case is heard, the liquidators will start the process of paying out any monies owed to creditors equally on both sides of the Border. Crook Francois is on the run in France. He is wanted by police here and faces 18 months behind bars once he is caught. He already has extensive convictions in his native France for fraud – even ripping off his own brother.The Ballybofey-based businessman, who ran offices in the town and a restaurant in Letterkenny, persuaded more than 200 people here in Donegal to ‘invest’ in his scams – then made off with €20M and used some of it to launder cash for criminals.Anyone who does want their money back are in the last chance saloon. They must make a claim in the next few days.If you had dealings with ETIC or the director, Francois de Dietrich, you should contact PwC to provide details of the transactions and complete a related questionnaire. You can call PwC on +44 (0) 28 9041 5471 or email email@example.com.An FSA spokesman said: “PwC will continue to work to identify and secure assets for the benefit of creditors. It will also be responsible for distributing the funds to ETIC’s creditors in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland on a just and equitable basis. “At this stage we do not know when funds will be distributed but we can confirm that PwC and the FSA are working to ensure this takes place as soon as possible.”CROOK FRANCOIS: COURT DATES FOR FRENCH THIEF, INVESTORS COULD GET CASH BACK was last modified: September 5th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:crook thief liardonegaldaily.comFrancois de Dietrich
9 1. Hal Robson-Kanu (released by Reading) – click the arrow above, right, to see the full list of 10 top players available on a free transfer this summer – Robson-Kanu was barely receiving any coverage at the end of the season, but after Wales’ superb Euro 2016 campaign in which the striker scored two plenty of clubs are chasing his signature. 9 9 3. Tomas Rosicky (released by Arsenal) – Injury sadly stopped Rosicky from really living up to his potential at the Emirates, but he left the club this summer firmly as a fan-favourite. He briefly showed his class at the Euro 2016 finals and looks as though he could still do a job in midfield. The problem is keeping him fit. 9 9 9. Martin Demichelis (released by Manchester City) – Demichelis struggled to adapt to the Premier League and was never going to feature in Pep Guardiolas future plans. Its unlikely another English club will be interested, but he could do a job elsewhere in Europe. 9 6. Miguel Veloso (released by Dynamo Kiev) – Veloso missed out on a spot in Portugals Euro 2016 squad, and is hoping to seal a deal at a new club. Monaco suggested he was close to signing, but no agreement has been reached. 9 5. Mathieu Flamini (released by Arsenal) – Arsene Wenger, predictably, opted to release Flamini and the Frenchman is searching for a new club. Not much has been reported on his future, so it remains to be seen if anyone snaps him up. 9 7. Emmanuel Adebayor (released by Crystal Palace) – After a disappointing six-month spell at Selhurst Park, Alan Pardews decision not to extend the centre forwards contract was predicted. He could, nonetheless, still be a quality short-term option. 2. Kolo Toure (released by Liverpool) – With Jurgen Klopp agreeing a deal for Joel Matip, it was unsurprising to see Toure released. The Ivorian may be reaching the latter stages of his career, but his experience could come in handy. 8. Nick Powell (released by Manchester United) – Despite earning the praise of Sir Alex Ferguson, Powell has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford, spending the past three seasons on loan. The midfielders time at the club has come to an end and he could be an excellent addition elsewhere. 9 4. Martin Caceres (released by Juventus) – Caceres has never completed a full season in Turin, having struggled with injuries since his arrival in 2011. Given his fitness concerns, he would be a gamble but could be worth the risk. The next two months will be a nervous period for some players.While the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Victor Valdes have been snapped up on a free transfer, the futures of others isn’t so certain.So, talkSPORT has taken a look at the best players currently looking for a new club ahead of the new season.Check out nine class players available on a free transfer this summer by viewing the slideshow above.
MEXICO CITY – Mexican President Vicente Fox telephoned President George W. Bush on Sunday to express his concern about what he called the possibility of a “militarized” border between the two nations. According to Fox’s office, Bush told his Mexican counterpart he was considering sending the National Guard to the border but said this did not constitute a militarization. Bush “is analyzing the administrative and logistical support of part of the National Guard, not the Army, to help police on the border,” Fox’s office said. Bush is expected to make a speech on how the United States should deal with border security and illegal immigrants already in the United States tonight. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsA White House official told The Associated Press on Sunday that Bush will call for thousands of National Guard troops to be deployed along the Mexico border in support of patrols aimed at keeping out illegal immigrants. White House aides worked into the night Sunday to iron out details of the proposal and allay concerns among lawmakers that using troops to man the border would further burden an overextended military. The White House official said Bush would propose using troops as a stopgap while the Border Patrol builds up its resources. The troops would play a supportive role to Border Patrol agents, who would maintain primary responsibility for physically guarding the border. The official spoke on a condition of anonymity before Bush’s expected address on the topic tonight. The official would not say how many troops Bush wanted to use, except that it would be in the thousands but less than an estimate of as many as 10,000 being discussed at the Pentagon. Bush is considering the National Guard plan as he seeks support from conservatives in Congress for his immigration bill. The president wants to allow foreigners to get temporary work permits to enter and work in the United States, but many conservatives want a tougher approach on illegal immigrants. Criticism of the National Guard plan came Sunday from Democrats, but also an important Republican negotiator in the immigration debate, Sen. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska. He said National Guard troops cannot secure the border over the long term and that he does not think it is wise even in the short term. Hagel said the bill under debate in the Senate that he helped write would double the 12,000-strong Border Patrol force over the next five years. “That’s the way to fix it, not further stretching the National Guard,” he said on ABC’s “This Week.” Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said he supported using the National Guard on the Mexican border. He said lawmakers who doubt that the National Guard, whose members have served for years in Iraq and went to the Gulf Coast after last summer’s hurricanes, could take on border patrol duty are “whining” and “moaning.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness could end up double-jobbing next year, it is reported today.McGuinness, 39, is being lined up for a PART-TIME role with Celtic’s youth academy, where he would use his sports psychology background to develop players, says the Irish Sun.And a part-time position could allow the All-Ireland-winning boss to stay on with Donegal too, says the paper.The Glenties man was at Parkhead last night to see Celtic’s famous 2-1 win over Barcelona. Recently Jim said: “If a professional football team or any professional sporting organisation come in and say they’re interested in working with you or interested in talking to you…“I’m a young man. I have three kids, a young family, so it’s obviously something you’d have to consider.“My background is in sports science and in psychology, and that’s transferable to any sport.” GAA: “McGUINNESS TO TAKE YOUTH ACADEMY JOB AT CELTIC’” – REPORTS was last modified: November 8th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)
The 10th annual Buncrana 5km Road Race and Fun Run takes place tomorrow, May 29th. As ever, sponsored by Sean Furey Insurances of Buncrana and Carndonagh, the 2013 edition of the event promises to be as popular as ever with club runners and recreational athletes alike. Over the last nine years, the race has become a highlight in the Northwest racing calendar due to the proven fast course and the excellent organisation.This race is the poster event of the popular Furey Insurances 5k Series which this year comprises four races held between Derry and Inis Eoghain.The series kicked off in April at the Bay Road in Derry, a race that incorporated the Northern Ireland 5k Championships and was won in fine style by City of Derry Spartans’ Declan Reed who just edged Foyle Valley’s Scott Rankin and led the Spartans to a comprehensive team victory, where the Spartans filled eight of the top ten placings.The women’s race at the Bay Road was also won by Spartan’s Catherine Whoriskey with a new PB (Personal Best) of 18m 18s but the female Spartans lost their team crown to a very strong Omagh Harriers trio. However, that was then and the Buncrana 5k has proven itself to be a much tougher animal in the past with levels of competition usually higher that any of the other Furey Series races. The male team race last year was won by a very strong Foyle Valley AC quartet who surprised everybody but themselves by lifting the Sean Furey Insurances perpetual shield for the first time.Over the previous eight editions of the race, either City of Derry or Letterkenny AC had been dominant but in 2012 they were relegated to 2nd and 3rd respectively by the the purple vests. The Foyle Valley boys have been running very well so far in 2013 and will need to continue to do so if they are to retain their team title when they themselves are now the target!Other NW clubs who could potentially feature include Inishowen AC, led by the evergreen and former three time winner Pauric McKinney, along with Omagh Harriers, Springwell AC, Tir Connall AC and Finn Valley AC.The Spartan ladies had a comprehensive victory in last year’s team race with Foyle Valley and Inishowen AC in 2nd and 3rd. However, this year they will be without the 2012 individual winner Marina Campbell as she is on the injury list but have strength in depth and will be keen to seek revenge on the Omagh girls after the Bay Road. The race is by no means only between these two though, with potentially strong squads from Finn Valley, Springwell, Inishowen, Foyle valley and Letterkenny who, if they turn out, will all have something to say about the team title. As in the male event, clubs from further afield often seem to find the midweek journey too far but if some of the Belfast clubs like St Malachys, North Belfast Harriers or Annadale Striders make the trip then you are sure to see some fireworks.The individual race has always been one of the highest quality in Ulster with a sub 15 min clocking often required to seal the win. St Malachy’s duo of Kevin Seaward (14.44 – 2007) and Joe McAllister (14.40 – 2010), along with Letterkenny’s Ciaran Doherty (14.59 – 2011) are members of that elite club and indeed McAllister’s record stands as the Irish Record for the course. In 2012 the Buncrana public were treated to a little demonstration of the East African dominance when Kenyan Runner Freddie Keron Sittuk- who was staying with former winner Greg Roberts- posted 14 mins 18 sec to win, some 48 seconds ahead of second placer Scott Rankin who was himself very close with 15.06. The organisers have deemed Freddie’s time to be an all-comers record for the course and continue to offer €100 bonus to anyone who can break either record. In addition they offer €200 to anyone who can break 14 mins! So far this year, local runners Rankin, Reed and City of Derry’s Richard Johnsto!n have all been sub 15 on different courses so if the weather is decent they may repeat the feat in Buncrana and indeed could challenge McAllister’s record. Kenyan Freddie Sittuk is also in the country at the moment and has indicated that he’ll be back to have a crack at the all-comers record or indeed at the astounding 14 minute barrier which is worth noting would mean having to run each mile at 4 mins 30 sec pace! Others to watch out for include Foyle Valley’s Keith Shields who seems to be setting PBs every time he races recently, along with Spartan Connor Bradley who has run sub 15 minutes on many occasions. The ladies course record is no less impressive. Letterkenny AC’s former Olympian Maria McCambridge broke the record in 2010 running an excellent 16 mins and 7 seconds. Indeed, in that race, three time winner and former record holder, Finn Valley’s Therese Mc Gloin was also inside her old record running 16.35 for second place. In addition to McCambridge and Mc Gloin, other likely contenders include Lifford AC’s AnnMarie McGlynn , Letterkenny’s Foinnula Diver and Spartan Catherine Whoriskey.Despite all this talk of records and the fleet of foot, the main aim of this race and indeed of the series is to provide competition for all levels of runners and joggers. It doesn’t matter if you have just started jogging and have to take walk breaks every so often, you are more than welcome to Buncrana. The only thing that we ask is that you do attempt to run/jog the 5km. It doesn’t matter if you have to walk a bit in the middle but this is not a walking event. Also worth noting that due to Athletic Association of Ireland (AAI) rules, no athlete under 16 years of age will be allowed to compete.In addition to being part of the Furey Insurances 5k series, the race is also race 11 of the Donegal Athletics Board’s Summer Grand Prix series which this year comprises a staggering 50 races. Due to the huge number of events happening this year, the organisers of the Furey Insurances Series have decided to reduce the number of races from six to four. Along with the aforementioned Bay Road and Buncrana 5ks, Lisnagelvin (June 26th) and Balliniska (July 17th) complete the 2013 Furey Insurances 5K Series with competitors needing to complete three out of four races to be eligible for the series prizes.Event Details Wednesday 29th May 2013. Registration from 5.30pm at Scoil Mhuire Secondary School, adjacent to Buncrana Leisure Centre. Entry fee €10/£9stg, Chip timing in operation. Race starts at 7.30 sharp. Refreshments provided after in Scoil Mhuire. Showers available in Buncrana Leisure Centre. Pre-race entries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org — simply state your name, gender, age on race day and club! These must be received by 6pm on Tuesday the 28th May. Your race number can be picked up on the night when payment is made. Due to the large numbers expected please help us and yourselves by pre-entering! Any of those who intend to register on the night please get there early as we will be closing registration at 7.10pm sharp and don’t want to have to disappoint you. ThanksThe Sean Furey Insurances Buncrana 5k is organised by City of Derry Spartans AC in association with Scoil Mhuire Buncrana, Buncrana Leisure Centre and the help of the local community.This is an event for everyone regardless of what level of runner you think you are. No more excuses – too fast, too far, not far enough (?), I’ve no speed, I’ll be last! We have heard them all and refute them all. If you can cover three miles in training then you have a right to be there! If you have never tried a 5k or feel your PB is up for review then no better place to be.We organise everything except the weather! How you run is up to you!BUNCRANA 5K SET TO DRAW THE CROWDS was last modified: May 28th, 2013 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:Buncrana 5k
Ray Houghton believes West Ham United’s will always be hindered as long as they play their home games at the London Stadium.Defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday means the Hammers have made their worst start to a Premier League season since 2010 – the year they went down with 20 points under Avram Grant. 3 3 shining “They don’t get that now.“I’ve got West Ham mates and one of them was round my house yesterday and said there was 57,000 there, but you wouldn’t think that.“They’re not near enough to influence the players or get onto them or back them or whatever to get that sound across to them.” It may look spectacular, but the London Stadium has proved to be a nightmare for West Ham Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REVEALED Upton Park has since been demolished in a film Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures With four games played, 10 goals conceded and zero points on the board, the heat is on new boss Manuel Pellegrini already.During their final season at Upton Park, the West Ham faithful were treated to free-flowing football, a good FA Cup run and a total of 83 goals.John Motson claimed the club has ‘a cloud hanging over it’ – something former Liverpool star Hougton begrudgingly concurred.“I’m not blaming the stadium for the defeat, but it doesn’t enhance the day,” he told Adrian Durham whilst covering Cardiff City v Arsenal. smart causal possible standings Latest Premier League News Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars “I mean the atmosphere isn’t like what the atmosphere is here (Cardiff) today. It’s absolutely brilliant – why? Because the fans are right on top of the pitch.“The players can hear them; you can physically touch them. Whereas at West Ham, I’ve done a couple of games and you are up in the Gods!“You’re so far away from the pitch, you’re so far removed you don’t feel like you’re at a football game. I feel like I’m at an athletics meeting seriously, that’s how I see it.“I played at the old Upton Park by the Chicken Run and I used to the West Ham players would come out and terrify the opposition.“There’s no fear factor about playing at the London Stadium – it’s not a football stadium at all.” Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED no dice England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won For Pellegrini, spending over £100million in the summer transfer window has merited little reward thus far, with the new singings failing to gel.And with tough league fixtures against Everton, Manchester United and Chelsea to come next, there is a distinct possibility the club will be without a point from their opening seven games.Upton Park was destroyed during filming for the new Pierce Brosnan movie, and Houghton predicts there could be more damage in the future for the east Londoners.He added: “They was always brought up in close proximity to the pitch with the fans right on top of you, spurring you on and you had that feeling they were part of you. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury silverware huge blow Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade The Hammers nearly reached the Champions League in their final season at Upton Park 3
ADVICE Thibaut Courtois in September: “In training, you see that the level is high. I am now experiencing on a daily basis that the level at Real Madrid is higher than at Chelsea”.Defeats this season:Real Madrid – 7Chelsea – 0#HalaMadrid #CFC— Victor Pio (@Ndemzi1) November 24, 2018 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Thibaut Courtois has conceded more goals in the last month than Kepa Arrizabalaga has all season. #CFC pic.twitter.com/vhDELSb63m— Gabriel I. N. Q. Ofei (@GabbySportz) November 24, 2018 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Latest Football Stories REPLY Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars shining BEST OF This week he conceded three goals against Eibar, a team who had previously only scored three goals against Real in their entire history.And given the acrimonious circumstances surrounding his exit, where he insisted he was now at a higher level back in Spain, Chelsea supporters have not held back with their criticism.They were particularly brutal when Real lost 5-1 to rivals Barcelona in El Clasico, and once again they couldn’t help but laugh as he conceded three more strikes on Saturday.You can see what Chelsea fans said on Twitter below. Nothing appears to be going right for Thibaut Courtois at Real Madrid – and Chelsea supporters are absolutely loving it.The Belgian shot-stopper was considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world upon his arrival at the Santiago Bernabeu after four brilliant seasons between the sticks at Stamford Bridge and three on loan at Atletico previous to that. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Courtois conceding another THREE goals against Eibar…glorious☺️ #cfc #UTC— Cameron (@CamTayylor) November 24, 2018 When you see Courtois allowing another multi-goal game😂 #CFC— Scott (@doverunits) November 24, 2018 REVEALED no dice They scammed us with Morata, they ain’t seen nothing yet.Courtois is definitely gonna concede a minimum of 100 goals this season. Mark my wordsChelsea just redefined payback for Real Madrid— Endtime Pikin (@chideyofficial1) November 24, 2018 Eibar 3-0 Real Madrid 😅😅😅 Courtois le snake 🐍 #cfc #chelsea— Nicolas Royer (@nicroyer) November 24, 2018 Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Another blinding day for #thesnake 🐍. 3-0 defeat to Eibar. Hows that move still going for you @thibautcourtois #CFC— Danny Perring (@DannyPerring) November 24, 2018 Keep enjoying the new level man @thibautcourtois 😂😂😂😂 #cfc💙 https://t.co/AIbgAIolVY— Rαнεεм_JR (@vj_Raheem) November 24, 2018 The snake 🐍 #courtois is on another planet, last 2 games 8 goals conceded 😂😂 #EIBRMA #EibarRealMadrid Real Madrid is bigger than #CFC— Cleophas Isaac (@ssopharizo) November 24, 2018 RANKED huge blow MONEY Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois reacts after conceding against Eibar. 1