The German Wolfsburg marked its 20-year-long play in Bundesliga, and hosted a group of footballers in 1997 who won the placement in the German elite and the All Star team.On the one side there were Roy Präger, Holger Ballwanz, Detlev Dammeier … who won the Bundesliga placement in 1997 and Zvjezdan Misimovic, Edin Dzeko, Josue, Martin Petrov, Naldo …, footballers who won the championship title.Edin Dzeko, arrived on Saturday in Wolfsburg saying the following:“I am 31 years old, but only on paper, but I feel better than ever. I have a three-year contract with Roma where I feel very good. However, one day I hope to return to Wolfsburg as a player – Dzeko said during the evening meal.“All I have done in my career I owe to Wolfsburg. If there was no Wolfsburg, there would be no Manchester City and Roma,” concluded Dzeko.Dzeko and Mismovic have recently been elected to the top 11 of Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga and Edin Dzeko got the most votes from the fans.(Source: faktor)
CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake City Council tonight will consider adopting the first reading of an ordinance regarding the use of the new floating dock at the Main Avenue boat ramp at the seawall. The council at its meeting two weeks ago referred the ordinance to the city’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for further review. Under the original language, no more than one commercial vessel could be docked at any one time by any one business renting watercraft to the public, nor could any watercraft or vessel be tied or moored to the dock for more than three continuous hours. In a memo to the council, Parks and Recreation director Randy Miller says the board recommended changes including: allowing 45 minutes for staging and/or removal of commercial watercraft; allowing no more than two commercial vessels at any one time for the purpose of staging or removal; any actively rented craft should fall under the same time limitations as any other watercraft; clarifying a section in the proposed ordinance to include organized events such as regattas, tournaments, or boat shows; and clarifying that commercial vessels or watercraft should refer to the selling of products such as food and goods. The board also suggests that the council look into any similar ordinance that may exist in the Iowa Great Lakes area for comparison, as well as see a discussion further open up with other commercial watercraft rental providers in the Clear Lake-Ventura area for any input they may have to a proposed ordinance. The council meets at 6 o’clock tonight at City Hall.
Contractors BK International and Surrey Paving and Aggregate Company Limited are working robustly to ensure that the deteriorated section of the Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara (WCD) access road is completely rehabilitated by Saturday.This is according to a senior official at the worksite. He explained to Guyana Times on Thursday that the team was preparing to lay a second layer of asphalt.Although the source was unable to say how much these works would cost the contractors, it was noted that that section of the road was currently closed to motorists who would utilise the pedestrian and even cycle lanes at this time.Last month, after a section of the road began sinking, contractors conducted tests to determine the cause.This newspaper understands that the road section began deteriorating as a result of faulty foundation works previously conducted on the newly-commissioned road.In fact, Head of the Works Services Group at the Public Infrastructure Ministry, Geoffrey Vaughn made it clear that the contractors were now standing the expenses to conduct repairs to the road, under the defect liability clause in theRehabilitation works winding down at the Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara roadcontract.He explained during a telephone interview that the contract has a defect liability period, which means any defects, which develop, in this case over a year’s time, would have to be repaired by the contractors and not the Ministry.Earlier this month, Surrey Paving and Aggregate Company Limited, a Jamaican company, had begun drilling holes around the sunken section of road at Vreed-en-Hoop, to help determine what caused the road to sink.Guyana Times was told that days before the hole formed, the patch was uneven and rough, causing motorists to avoid using that section of the roadway.The project, which was constructed to the tune of some $9.7 billion, was completed this year by the two contractors after several hiccups and setbacks.Back in July when the road was commissioned by the subject Minister, David Patterson, it was noted that the project was funded by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).Some 30.7 kilometres of the West Coast roadway was rehabilitated to include bridges and culverts, new ‘shared-use’ lanes for cyclists and pedestrians at key junctions, the installation of high-visibility traffic signs and road markers, the installation of pedestrian footpath bridges, the construction of concrete drains at critical locations and the construction of parking lanes along identified sections of the road, the Department of Public Information reported.The expansion entailed the improvement of about 30.7 kilometres of the West Coast Demerara Road from Vreed-en-Hoop to Hydronie, East Bank Essequibo just about one mile East of Parika.
Bonagee Utd U12s advance to Champions League Final.Bonagee hosted Keadue Rovers on Sunday last in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final.The score was 0-0 from the first leg . Bonagee started the game the brighter and were 1-0 up on five minutes.Adam Murphy supplying a pin point cross,after good work from Jordan Nugent,to Joe Harkin who finished calmly inside the six yard box.The first half finished with no further score with the Keadue defense standing firm under severe pressure. The second half continued in the same vein with Keadue struggling to make inroads into the home sides half and Bonagee finding it difficult to break through the Keadue defense.The introduction of Jack Murphy on 13 minutes reaped rewards almost immediately when he crossed an inch perfect ball for his brother Adam who duly volleyed into the back of the net.Bonagee continued to pressure and went close on several ocassions .With ten minutes left on the clock Jordan Nugent with his back to goal turned and dispatched a rocket to the top corner from the edge of the box ,giving the Keadue Keeper no chance.Man of the match went to the indutrious Daragh Ellison, while Jonathan Coady ,Dylan O’Brien,Dean Adams, David Smith and Jazzer Martin all excelled in what was an accomplished team performance all round.Keeper Tuathal Lunny , Peter McGee, Morris McGee and Shane Boyle were best for Keadue.Bonagee now face local rivals Kilmacrennan Celtic in the Final, time and venue to be confirmed.SOCCER – BONAGEE UTD CLUB NOTES was last modified: May 20th, 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:Bonagee Utd notes
A domestic employee discovered the body of U.S. citizen Molly Jam Salomon, 55, in a water tank inside her home in San Isidro de Heredia, northeast of San José, where she had been living for several years.A housekeeper told police that she arrived at the home Saturday morning and began looking for Salomon until she discovered the body inside the tank. She then called police.Police are treating the case as a home invasion, having discovered a broken window in the back of the house, although no missing items were reported.Judicial Investigation Police arrived to gather evidence at the scene. Facebook Comments No related posts.