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June 20, 2021

Knockbeg’s U-16 basketball team just fall short in All-Ireland ‘B’ quarter finals

first_img Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Knockbeg’s U-16 basketball team just fall short in All-Ireland ‘B’ quarter finals Facebook Pinterest Facebook Electric Picnic Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Thursday, February 13, 2020Next articleNew online resource to help young Laois people deal with parental mental health issues Orla Dunne Twitter Pinterest By Orla Dunne – 13th February 2020 WhatsApp Knockbeg Knockbeg’s u16 Basketball team just fell short in the All Ireland B Quarter Finals losing 63-61 as they faced St. Aiden’s Whitehall recently.Knockbeg got off to a tough start before the game started with Aodhan Lowry picking up an ankle injury just before throw-in.Knockbeg didn’t let that hold them back as they raced out of the blocks into a 5-0 lead with scores by Conall Bergin.St.Aiden’s soon got their grip with 6’6 Paul Ryan causing serious problems for Knockbeg in all quarters.When half-time arrived St. Aiden’s had already surged into a 13 point lead.Knockbeg launched a comeback straight into the second half with scores from Conall Bergin, Jack Byrne and Lewis Gannon to close the gap in the scoreboard.Despite their comeback, St. Aiden’s managed to maintain the lead throughout the game with continuous pressure from Paul Ryan and good outside shooting.Two points down and five seconds to go, Knockbeg had one chance left to win the game. However, a dubious referee call for an offensive foul saw St. Aiden’s booking their place in the All Ireland Semi-Finals by a narrow margin.Honourable mentions go to Conall Bergin who scored 38 points and Jack Byrne who scored 18 pointsScorers: Conall Bergin (38), Jack Byrne (18), Lewis Gannon (3), Jamie Conway (2)Team: Conall Bergin, Jack Byrne, Lewis Gannon, Jamie Conway, Fionn Anthony, Conor Bowe, Jack Doyle, Aodhan Lowry, Brian Cox, Gavin Dowling, Pablo Byrne, Matthew Farrell. TAGSKnockbeg Electric Picnic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Home Sport Basketball Knockbeg’s U-16 basketball team just fall short in All-Ireland ‘B’ quarter finals SportBasketball News Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival datelast_img read more

June 18, 2021

‘RRSP stripping’ tax case loses a pre-trial round

first_img Bitcoin surge doesn’t affect damages, B.C. court says Patricia Chisholm Feds make minor updates to RRSP rules in Budget 2021 Share this article and your comments with peers on social media A taxpayer fighting an “RRSP stripping” case against the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has lost a motion to stop the CRA from adding additional elements to its case. The December decision deals with a case that is part of the Concenta-Olympia group of appeals, which the court described as dealing with “purported Registered Retirement Savings Plan ‘RRSP stripping’ transactions”. David Gramiak is the lead appellant for the issue in the motion, which is likely to be appealed to the Federal Court of Appeal. Keywords Lawsuits,  RRSPsCompanies Canada Revenue Agency center_img Related news Court approves data breach settlements with BMO, CIBC The taxpayer had opened a self-directed RRSP account, which had the Olympia Trust Company as the trustee. In 2002 and 2003, the taxpayer instructed Olympia to remove $130,500 and $8,500, respectively, from the RRSP. The CRA’s position was that the taxpayer instructed Olympia to use these amounts to purchase debenture units in PI Ventures Inc. in 2002 and 2003. The taxpayer told the CRA that “he believed at all material times that the RRSP funds were used to acquire debenture units in PI Ventures.” However, in the appeal notice, the taxpayer asserted that the units were never acquired. It remains unclear whether the units were ever purchased, or ended up in the trust account of a law firm. The CRA argues that the amounts removed from the RRSP were used to invest in off-shore companies, with the proceeds being credited to a non-registered account belonging to the taxpayer. The parties do not agree as to whether the debenture units were “qualified investments” under the Income Tax Act, (and thus not subject to income inclusion) or whether they were ever acquired. The CRA subsequently audited the taxpayer and included these amounts in his income. The taxpayer appealed, arguing for the first time that the debentures in question were never acquired. The CRA then sought to revise its response to the appeal by adding two paragraphs to its reply, asking for a finding that the amounts were “constructively received” by the taxpayer when he requested Olympia Trust to transfer the funds to the law firm. The taxpayer asked that these new sections be struck from the CRA’s reply, on the basis of certain reasons; in general, those reasons dealt with arguments that the new portions were not sufficiently related to the history of the dispute between the taxpayer and the CRA over these amounts. The court disagreed. In ruling against the taxpayer’s motion to strike the CRA additions, it concluded: “It seems clear that the transactions underlying the reassessment and the alternative argument [made by the CRA] are the alleged transactions undertaken by the Appellant [taxpayer] to circumvent tax on his RRSP funds … It is the transactions relating to the ‘RRSP stripping,’ and more particularly the diversion of funds from the RRSP account to the law firm’s trust account, that underpin both the assessment and the alternative argument.” At the same time, the CRA was successful on its motion to add more paragraphs to its reply. These dealt with amounts received by the taxpayer from a foreign source, on statements issued by Syndicated Gold Depository, provided by the taxpayer to the CRA. The CRA alleges in the new sections that these amounts [$135,297.60] “represent a return of capital” from the taxpayer’s investment in PI ventures Inc. With respect to this new section, the court concluded: “I cannot imagine how the Appellant [taxpayer] would be prejudiced in any way by the addition of these facts given that it was made clear to the Appellant since the very beginning of the audit that the CRA was investigating what they believed to be an RRSP stripping scheme.” Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

June 12, 2021

Misguided Concept of Beauty Must Be Corrected – Minister Hanna

first_imgMisguided Concept of Beauty Must Be Corrected – Minister Hanna CultureAugust 9, 2013Written by: Tashika McCarthy FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, says it is imperative to correct the misguided concept of beauty, held by modern day young people.According to the Minister, if this is done, it will increase self confidence and the value youth place on themselves.“We realize that many of our young women have low self esteem, as they hold wrong concepts of beauty and self. Sometimes they take external concepts of the European model of beauty, and use it to devalue themselves,” Miss Hanna said.The Minister was speaking at a recent JIS ‘Think Tank’, held at the agency’s headquarters on Half-Way Tree Road, in Kingston.She argued that discussions outside the boundaries of the social group play a vital role in changing misconceptions of beauty, held by the young people.“We need to highlight some of those pertinent conversations that must be held, especially as it relates to young women and men. The social dialogue cannot only be within their communities, it has to be shared dialogue with all classes,” she noted.Miss Hanna said that the introduction of reasoning sessions, as part of the recent Emancipation celebrations, gave youth the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions on a variety of themes, including ‘Beauty and the modern day woman’.The Minister pointed out that several modern day women resort to risky medical practices in their effort to enhance beauty, and informed that an increase in knowledge on historical events will strengthen the value that youth place on themselves.“As an emancipated people, we have to share with our young people their history. We feel if they know their history they will get strength. We want to tell persons that whatever road you choose to beauty and the concept of beauty, at the end of the day, you must be comfortable in your skin,” she said.Meanwhile, Festival Queen 2013, Krystal Tomlinson, extended the concept of beauty to include self consciousness and the contribution made to one’s community.“Beauty for me is a full package. It is a commitment in giving your best at all times, displaying humility and relating well to people around you. If your traits indicate a level of inner beauty, you will become physically beautiful,” Miss Tomlinson said.She argued that the concept of beauty stems from Jamaica’s cultural heritage, underlined by the plantation regime, noting that in the plantation regime, beauty by non-Europeans was seen within the context of having straight hair, straight nose and light skin.She said that based on such perceptions, it is no surprise that Jamaicans continue to struggle with perceptions of beauty. However, she asserts that beauty is defined within cultural boundaries.“Culture is directly related to beauty. Culture is a way of life and part of the way of life is the way you speak, it is the way you perceive other people and that inevitably translates into how people view themselves in a particular culture,” Miss Tomlinson said.The Festival Queen, who received a sectional prize for being most culturally aware, urged the youth to develop a sense of cultural awareness.“Cultural awareness is about coming to terms with questions of identity that we [Jamaicans] face as a people. It is about how we treat self esteem issues that relate to our cultural experiences and how we treat our heritage, including our language and music,” she said.Miss Tomlinson said that during her reign, she will be engaging in projects with school culture clubs, aimed at increasing access, application and the sharing of cultural information among young people. Advertisements Misguided Concept of Beauty Must Be Corrected – Minister HannaJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Photo: JIS PhotographerMinister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, outlining the Emancipation and Independence celebrations while addressing a Jamaica Information Service (JIS) ‘Think Tank’ on July 30.center_img RelatedCourse on Reparation to be Taught at UWI RelatedArt Exhibition at Jamaican Embassy in Washington Marks Independence RelatedThousands Attend Independence Grand Gala Story HighlightsIt is imperative to correct the misguided concept of beauty, held by modern day young peopleReasoning sessions gave youth the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions on ‘Beauty and the modern day woman’Jamaicans continue to struggle with perceptions of beautylast_img read more

June 4, 2021

Facebook says users in developing world have right to mobile security

first_img Tags Asia Security should not just be accessible to an elite in the wealthy west, but available for users with feature phones in developing countries too, according to Facebook’s new security chief.Alex Stamos told the Financial Times that securing the social network’s initiative is one of his top priorities, and that the company will have to do the job itself because security firms tend to follow the money, which lies with enterprises in the western world.“We can’t say you are only safe if you are on the latest phone in a country with a great human rights record,” said Stamos, in a comment which touches on another subject – the extent to which companies collude, or choose to defy, national governments in protecting users’ data and privacy.Stamos is an outspoken critic of the National Security Agency and other agencies in the US who push for a backdoor into the smartphone operating systems of Apple and Google. He previously worked for Yahoo and joined Facebook just six weeks ago.Back on the subject of security in the developing world, Stamos said companies such as Facebook have an “obligation” to protect all their users.He gave the example of how millions of users in the developing world have phones running unofficial versions of Android which are not updated with security patches when a flaw is uncovered, leaving them vulnerable to threats. Australia funds regulator to oversee new media law AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 07 AUG 2015 Richard Handford Previous ArticleDomestic and international woes hit Telecom ItaliaNext ArticleAirtel’s strong results support stable outlook – Moody’s Relatedcenter_img Facebook trials feature to connect neighbours Facebook Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Home Facebook says users in developing world have right to mobile security WhatsApp payments resurfaces in Brazil Authorlast_img read more

May 31, 2021

Schwartzel tops Haas in Valspar playoff

first_imgPALM HARBOR, Fla. – Charl Schwartzel used two big birdies to close with a 4-under 67 and made up a five-shot deficit. All he needed was a par on the first hole of a playoff Sunday at Innisbrook to beat Bill Haas and win the Valspar Championship. Schwartzel’s two-putt par on the 18th hole in a playoff gave him his third victory worldwide in his last six starts dating to December. Haas, who never trailed over the final 27 holes of regulation, hit his tee shot into the trees in the playoff, came up short into a bunker and blasted long out of the soft sand to 20 feet. He missed the par putt, and Schwartzel tapped in for his first victory in America since the 2011 Masters. The loudest cheers belonged to Lee McCoy, the senior at Georgia who grew up next to Innisbrook and made good on his first sponsor exemption. Playing alongside Jordan Spieth, McCoy shot 69 to finish alone in fourth. It was the best finish by an amateur in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event since 17-year-old Justin Rose tied for fourth at the British Open in 1998 at Royal Birkdale. McCoy would have earned $292,800 had he been a pro. ”It’s surreal to say the least,” McCoy said. Valspar Championship: Articles, photos and videos Spieth fell behind early, never caught up and closed with a 73 to tie for 18th, seven shots behind. He couldn’t help but applaud McCoy when he finished his round. Schwartzel was the only player who put any sustained pressure on Haas, and he made his move with a 65-foot birdie putt across the green on the par-3 13th hole. He got up and down from a tough lie in the bunker for birdie on the 14th, made a tough par save from the edge of a bunker on the 16th and rolled in a 25-foot putt on the 17th. He posted at 7-under 277. Haas had a two-shot lead with three holes to play and had made tough par saves to stay in front. It finally caught up with him when he made bogey from the bunker on the 16th hole, and he closed with two pars for a 72. With more swirling wind on the Copperhead Course, Schwartzel and McCoy were the only players to break par from the last nine groups. ”I think everyone’s goal is to keep bogeys off the card,” Schwartzel said when he finished his regulation round. ”You’re just surviving.” That wasn’t easy to do. Steve Stricker was two shots out of the lead until he made a double bogey on the par-5 11th and never recovered. Graham DeLaet of Canada, starting the final round one shot behind and determined to get his first PGA Tour victory, never made a birdie in his round of 75. Ryan Moore hit the ball great and couldn’t figure out the greens, which were slower than normal. Moore was within one shot of the lead at the turn, but he closed with 12 straight pars for a 71 to finish two shots out of the playoff in third place. It also was a tough day for Ian Poulter, who had a 75-75 weekend and tied for 67th. That bumped Poulter down to No. 67 in the world ranking, which could knock him out of the Dell Match Play. This was the final week before the world ranking is used to determine the 64-man field (Jim Furyk and Henrik Stenson are not playing). PGA Tour rookie Patton Kizzire closed with a 72 and tied for 33rd, enough to move past Poulter.last_img read more

May 27, 2021

Wanzenried Ends Plans to Seek Governorship

first_imgHELENA – State Sen. Dave Wanzenried of Missoula is ending his efforts to seek the Democratic nomination for governor, saying he did not meet fundraising goals he set late last year.Wanzenried, 62, filed paperwork in November to seek the office being vacated by two-term Gov. Brian Schweitzer, and he set an “ambitious” fundraising goal of about $150,000 by the end of June. In campaign finance reports filed Tuesday, Wanzenried reported having just less than $19,000 in the bank.“For a variety of reasons, through the first two reporting periods, those goals have not been met,” Wanzenried said in a statement. “I simply have not attracted enough investors to wage a viable statewide campaign.”Wanzenried has been a top Democrat in the Legislature and has 25 years of experience working in the trucking industry. He also served as Gov. Ted Schwinden’s chief of staff and state labor commissioner in the 1980s. In the early 1990s, he served as a state legislator from Kalispell.Wanzenried said he has encouraged Attorney General Steve Bullock to run for governor.“Steve Bullock is a long-time friend — he has the skills to lead our state, preserve our budget surplus and create jobs,” Wanzenried said. “I’ve encouraged him to run for governor and pledged to support him if he does.”State Sen. Larry Jent of Bozeman is also seeking the Democratic nomination.Several Republicans are running for their party’s nomination, including former Congressman Rick Hill, former state Sens. Ken Miller of Laurel and Corey Stapleton of Billings, and security consultant Neil Livingstone. Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Emaillast_img read more

May 12, 2021

Pi Capital plans senior housing project in Elmhurst

first_imgShare via Shortlink 86-15 Queens Boulevard with James and Jerry Pi (Google Maps)Queens developer Pi Capital Partners plans to break ground by the end of 2020 on a 142-unit project in Elmhurst, of which 44 units will be senior housing.In addition to senior housing, the 132,000-square-foot structure will also host retail shops, according to permit filings with the Department of Buildings. The project involves a teardown of the current one-story medical building at 86-15 Queens Boulevard.The developer bought the property in 2019 for $16.68 million and is aiming to complete the project by 2024, the latest in a string of new development in the neighborhood.“We have an investment in the community. It’s an area I grew up in. It’s an area I’m very familiar with,” said Jerry Pi, operating partner of Pi Capital.The father-son firm was founded by James and Jerry Pi and manages over 40 properties and 800 apartments in the New York City area.Some of the company’s developments include a 26-story development at 339 Fifth Avenue in Midtown; the Flushing Professional Tower; and rental buildings, the Elm East, the Elm West and the Elm South in Queens. It’s also planning to construct a school building for Forte Preparatory Academy nearby at 85-15 Broadway.Contact Sasha Jones at [email protected] and Orion Jones at [email protected] Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlinkcenter_img TagsAffordable HousingelmhurstQueenssenior housinglast_img read more

May 4, 2021

Team Canada Finishes Fifth In Moroccan Nations Cup in Rabat

first_img Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fifth among 14 countries vying for victory in the €100,000 Nations Cup held Sunday, Oct. 13, in Rabat, MOR.The CSIO 4*-W Rabat show jumping tournament was the second of three stops on the Moroccan Royal Tour which sees horses and riders competing at three different venues – Tétouan, Rabat, and El Jadida – over a three-week period. In Rabat, competition took place at the facilities of the Royal Moroccan Federation of Equestrian Sports.Canada was the first of 14 countries into the ring to challenge the track set by renowned Irish course designer Alan Wade. In his Nations Cup debut, Kyle Timm, 30, of Calgary, AB, opened with a clear round riding Vagabon des Forets, a 10-year-old grey Selle Français gelding (Corofino 2 x Richebourg) owned by Sarl Ecurie du Grand Veneur.Another newcomer to the Canadian Show Jumping Team, Liz Bates, was next in riding Chronos 31, a 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding (Casall x Claudio) owned by Breakaway Equestrian BVBA. The 30-year-old from Toronto, ON, dropped a rail at the second element of the triple combination set closely alongside the hospitality tent and also picked up one time fault for exceeding the 78-second time allowed.Chris Sorensen, 37, of Caledon, ON, was third in the rotation for Canada and put 12 faults on the score board, which would be dropped when Tiffany Foster, 35, of North Vancouver, BC, produced a clear effort with Figor, a nine-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding (VDL Groep Zagreb x C-Indoctro) owned by Artisan Farms LLC.Opening and closing with clear rounds and only counting the five faults posted by Bates, Canada sat in fourth place at the end of the half-way stage. Brazil led the way with a clear scoresheet followed by Egypt and Switzerland who were counting one time fault apiece.The action continued to heat up in the second round with Timm dropping a rail at fence 10 while Bates left all the rails in place but again picked up one time fault. Sorensen improved the second time out with Emperor Claudius, a nine-year-old Anglo-European gelding (Zilando x Temple Sandor Z) owned by Highbranches Group. The pair hit a rail coming into the triple combination and incurred a time fault to add five faults to the Canadian Team’s total. When Foster and Figor failed to clear the open water and knocked down the vertical that immediately followed, also picking up one on the clock, their nine-fault tally was discounted from the team total, leaving Canada to count 10 faults in the second round.With only time faults to count in the second round, Egypt moved to the top of the leaderboard to claim victory with a total of four time faults, having never knocked a rail down over two tough rounds of jumping. Switzerland took second with five faults. Italy and Brazil both finished on 14 faults with Italy doing it in the quickest combined time to take third place. Canada finished fifth behind Brazil with a two-round total of 15 faults.Sunday’s Nations Cup acted as an Olympic qualifying event for countries in Fédération Equestre Internationale Group F. A total of six countries – Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates – started in the hopes of earning one of two tickets to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. While Egypt easily earned its Olympic berth with the win, Qatar filled the second invitation on offer by placing eighth in the final standings with a total of 28 faults.“We were so close and were in the mix for a podium result until the very end,” said Mark Laskin, Chef d’Équipe of the Canadian Show Jumping Team. “To finish fifth out of 14 teams in an Olympic qualifying event is very commendable, especially considering that two of our riders and three of our horses were making their Nations Cup debut.“It has been a great experience these past two weeks in Morocco, all building up to the Nations Cup,” continued Laskin of Langley, BC. “Moving forward, I know all of our horses and riders will have benefitted from the experience.”The Nations Cup of Rabat marked the Canadian Show Jumping Team’s final appearance of the 2019 season. Its best results of the year came on home soil when Canada won the $400,000 CSIO 5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Canada in Langley, BC, in June and placed second in the $530,000 BMO Nations Cup in September at the CSIO 5* Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ tournament in Calgary, AB. Tags: Tiffany Foster, Chris Sorensen, Kyle Timm, Nations Cup, Alan Wade, Figor, CSIO 4*-W Rabat, Vagabon des Forets, Liz Bates, Chronos 31, Horse Sport Enews Email* More from FEI:Show Jumper to Become Anti-doping “Testimonee” After Steroids OffenceThe FEI reduced Colombian jumper Andrea Torres Guerreiro’s suspension as she co-operated in legal proceedings and agreed to engage in anti-doping education.The Event at Rebecca Farm named site of 2020 NAYC EventingThe Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana, will again host the 2020 Adequan North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for the discipline of eventing.How Did Sri Lanka, Syria and Jordan Top Olympic Rankings Tables?Three countries claimed Tokyo jumping tickets at the last minute. Is it a case of taking advantage of arcane FEI rules, or ‘selling’ Olympic spots?Ingmar De Vos Elected International Horse Sports Confederation PresidentIngmar De Vos, President of the International Equestrian Federation was unanimously elected President of the IHSC for a two-year term.last_img read more

May 3, 2021

Suspect arrested in 1987 cold case killing of 22-year-old woman

first_imgFranklin County Sheriff(ST. CLAIR, Mo.) —  More than three decades after a 22-year-old woman was mysteriously found murdered in Missouri, a suspect has been identified and taken into custody.Kirby King, 64, was arrested on Monday, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Karla Jane Delcour, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.On June 24, 1987, Delcour’s body was found in a wooded area along a road near St. Clair, according to the sheriff’s office. She was “in a state of decomposition” and her wrists were bound, according to the sheriff’s office.Her death was ruled a strangulation by ligature, according to the sheriff’s office.When authorities retraced Delcour’s steps, they learned she was killed about three days before her body was found, according to the sheriff’s office. The crime took place at a home in Union, about 50 miles west of St. Louis, authorities said.Investigators interviewed possible suspects and witnesses, but no one was arrested and the case went cold for more than 30 years, authorities said.Last year, Franklin County investigators took another look at the cold case and began re-interviewing suspects and witnesses, authorities said.The interviews took investigators from Missouri to Texas to Arizona, according to the sheriff’s office.The sheriff’s office has not released what led to King’s arrest on Monday, but said, “we believe enough evidence existed to charge at least one person with her murder.”“Many details in her murder are not part of this release because there is a long way to go to reach justice for Karla Delcour and her family,” the sheriff’s office explained. “A premature release of information might hinder that for the family.”The sheriff’s office added, “Sometimes a fresh perspective combined with advances in science and technology aid in furthering an investigation when all original leads have been exhausted.”King’s bond was set at $100,000, officials said. He does not have an attorney listed and is due in court on Jan. 14 for a counsel status hearing.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

May 2, 2021

Momir Ilic about his future: Barca, RNL or Veszprem

first_imgRelated Items:F.C Barcelona Intersport, handball transfer, MKB Veszprem, Momir Ilic, Rhein Neckar Lowen a Anonymous 25. March 2013. at 14:26 Recommended for you German trio and Wisla Plock for EHF European League 2021 trophy 2 Comments IT’S OFFICIAL: Klaus Gärtner replaces Schwalb, Sebastian Hinze form 2022! 2 Commentscenter_img dat english ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSerbian NT captain Momir Ilic won’t stay in THW Kiel. Men’s EHF EURO 20112 MVP said in an interview for Serbian newspaper “Sportski Zurnal” that still doesn’t know where he will continue his career after end of contract with EHF CL winner next summer:– I won’t stay in Kiel. They offered me contract extension, but that offer wasn’t too good. They told me their wish to cut budget, so offer was in that way. That is why they left Omeyer, Narcisse and Ahlm. I told them that I won’t stay after which club signed two youngstars – Jallouz and Lauge.Next destination for ex- player of RK Gorenje and VfL Gummersbach is still unknown, but options exist…– Barcelona, Veszprem and Rhein Neckar Lowen. Where I will play from the next summer, I still don’t know. I would like to finish that story as soon as possible, but I dont’ affraid. I play good, enjoy in every match, which you can see – said Mosa. TOP FORM BEFORE TRIP TO COLOGNE: THW Kiel put RNL 9 goals behind how much money is he getting? 21. March 2013. at 21:14 ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more