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Listen To The Full moe. Tribute Set To Pink Floyd From Peach Festival

first_imgJam group moe. turned heads at The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA last weekend, playing not only a daytime set of their original music but returning for a late night tribute to Pink Floyd. The set saw moe. digging deep and bringing out some incredible covers of some Pink Floyd songs. Opening with “In The Flesh” from The Wall, moe. traversed the Pink Floyd catalog and pulled out so many great songs.Among the many highlights from moe.’s Pink Floyd set were tracks like “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” “Fearless” and more. Fortunately, you can hear the full set audio, thanks to taper Ted Gakidis! Stream the full moe. performance continues their summer touring with an exciting co-bill at Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Gov’t Mule next weekend, on August 25th, before kicking off an extended end-of-summer run.[Photo from NYC Run in March 2016, by Paul Citone]last_img read more

Local exoneree shares journey, discusses justice system

first_imgThe Notre Dame Exoneration Project invited local exoneree Ray McCann and his attorney, Greg Swygert, to share McCann’s story with Notre Dame students Tuesday at the Eck Hall of Law. The two discussed McCann‘s road to justice and exonerations‘ role in bringing about political reform.McCann was accused of sexually assaulting and then suffocating an 11-year-old girl, Jodi Parrack, to death in 2007. Due to a lack of any kind of physical evidence linking McCann to the crime, he was never prosecuted for the sexual assault and murder of Parrack. Even so, friends and some family turned against him as news that he was the prime suspect spread. Then, in 2014, McCann was arrested and prosecutors instead tried to charge McCann with 5 different counts of perjury, which McCann speculated may have been a technique used to elicit a confession.“Personally, I thought it was a scare tactic,” he said. “Call it tunnel vision or whatever they had, they thought I had something to do with it. Personally I think it was their way of holding me for as long as they could to see if I had anything to due with it”These counts of perjury were largely based on the conflicting recollections of people McCann interacted with around the case eight years after the fact. However due to a unique statute of Michigan law, perjury in a case connected to a murder carries a potential life sentence. Due to the nature of the evidence, the prosecutor only proceeded with one of the perjury charges, which relied on supposed video evidence that later proved to be of dubious quality and usefulness. McCann took a plea deal in which he pled no contest to the single perjury charge and was sentenced to 20 months in prison.“I was wrongfully convicted of a perjury charge,” McCann said. “I took the plea, no contest, because I knew it was the fastest way to get back to my family.”McCann spent six months in isolation, during which time he lost his voice due to lack of use. He was then moved to a prison where, due to his background as a former cop and the nature of the crime he was associated with, he received death threats upon arrival. During McCann’s time in prison, a man named Daniel Furlong confessed to the sexual assault and murder of Jodi Parrack. His DNA was also found on her body, making it clear Furlong was the culprit. Though Furlong insisted that he did not know McCann and that he had nothing to do with the crime, McCann stayed in prison until he had served his full sentence of 20 months.  “Being in jail, knowing you didn’t do anything wrong, it’s a scary feeling,” McCann said. With the help of Greg Swygert and the Center on Wrongful Convictions, McCann was eventually exonerated after a lengthy legal battle. However, irreparable damage had already been done. After his time in prison, McCann had trouble readjusting to a world that still remembered him for a crime he did not commit. He struggled with acclimating to life outside of prison as well as depression, drinking and even suicidal thoughts. Swygert focused on the particulars of this case and the larger issues in the justice system it brought to light in his portion of the lecture. “What Ray’s case most shows is prosecutorial overreach,” he said. “Ray wasn’t charged with the rape and murder of Jodi Parrack, he was charged with perjury. It was done to coerce Ray to talk.”Another ethical issue, Swygert said, involved the tactics prosecutors used to try to make McCann confess.“The prosecutor went and acted like an interrogator, he told him things that were not true,” Swygert said. “Which raises some ethical questions.”This is because, unlike cops who are generally allowed to lie to interrogation suspects in order to get information or a confession, McCann was lied to by a prosecutor during what was technically a legal proceeding. This puts the exchange on shaky ground morally, and highlights a potential problem, or at least a degree of moral ambiguity in Michigan law.  “The system isn’t perfect”, professor Jimmy Gurule, who introduced McCann and Swygert, said. Gurule said 1 in 3 exonerations involved cases in which the person had been sentenced to a minimum of 50 years. Organizations like the Center on Wrongful Convictions look to right these wrongs through exoneration but use the issues raised to improve the justice system.  “If some good comes out of this, its that people are now working to make sure that this doesn’t happen to other people,” McCann said. Tags: criminal justice system, exoneration, Notre Dame Exoneration Project, Ray McCann, wrongful convictionlast_img read more

A new panoramic lookout was opened in the Plitvice Lakes National Park and the unique ticket of the Lika destination was presented

first_imgYesterday, the newly built panoramic lookout tower located at Entrance 1 of the National Park was ceremoniously opened in the Public Institution “Plitvice Lakes National Park”. The new lookout will relieve the extremely well-visited existing lookout point and enable a larger number of visitors to enjoy one of the most beautiful views in the world – the view of the Great Waterfall.The director of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Tomislav Kovačević, emphasized that the lookout was completely built by the employees of the National Park specializing in the maintenance and construction of paths and bridges within the Park, which he is extremely proud of. “Plitvice Lakes is a well-represented and valorized phenomenon that is admired by the whole world, which is best shown by the continuous increase in the number of visitors, especially visitors from Japan, whose number has increased by more than 40% this year. Also, it is important to note that out of the total number of tourists who visit the Republic of Croatia, 10% of them visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park. I am glad that the National Park and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy are cooperating in planning the renovation of infrastructure, especially hotels and other accommodation facilities, because it is known that guests staying in four or five star hotels stay in Croatia for a month longer than guests staying in lower quality facilities ” the minister pointed out  tourism Cappelli.Unique ticket to Lika destinationOn the occasion of the opening of the lookout, Tomislav Kovačević, director of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, presented the joint ticket of Lika destinacije, which is part of a unique project of sustainable tourism development and destination branding in Croatia.Lika destination ticket which, in addition to visiting the Plitvice Lakes National Park, allows visitors to visit other protected areas and sights within Lika destination – Paklenica National Park, Northern Velebit National Park, Velebit Nature Park (Zavratnica Bay and Cerovac Caves), Grabovača Cave Park and Barać Caves , The Croatian Center for Indigenous Fish and Crab Species of Karst Waters and the Nikola Tesla Memorial Center. “The joint ticket project was implemented in accordance with the principles of sustainable development that guide the Plitvice Lakes National Park, continuously strengthening cooperation with the local community and stakeholders outside the National Park. pointed out Tomislav Kovačević, director of the Plitvice Lakes National Park.The joint ticket is on sale from July 1, 2018 at the points of sale of the Plitvice Lakes National Park (Entrance 1, Entrance 2 and Flora), and vouchers for visiting protected nature areas and sights can be used by visitors until October 31, 2018. The ticket is available at a price of 300 kn for adults and 200 kn for children (7-18 years). A voucher package for entrances to all areas can be purchased at the Plitvice Lakes National Park at entrance 1, entrance 2 and the auxiliary entrance Flora.See more about Lika destination tickets herelast_img read more

Trump announces sixth vaccine contract, for 100 million doses

first_imgThe company, founded less than 10 years ago, has not previously developed a vaccine of any kind but preliminary results of the company’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine have reportedly produced promising results.The Trump administration has allocated a total of at least $10.9 billion for the development and manufacturing of a coronavirus vaccine.It has already ordered 100 million vaccine doses from Johnson & Johnson, Novavax, Pfizer and Sanofi and 300 million from AstraZeneca. Moderna, in partnership with the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), is conducting Phase 3 clinical trials of a vaccine candidate and manufacturing of vaccine doses will take place while the trials are underway.The vaccine, called mRNA-1273, is being co-developed by Moderna and the NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is led by Dr Anthony Fauci.Fauci has said researchers are unlikely to know the efficacy of the vaccine before the end of the year at the earliest. But Trump has said he hopes to have a vaccine before the November 3 presidential election.The latest contract brings the US government’s total commitments to Moderna to $2.48 billion. President Donald Trump on Tuesday announced a $1.5 billion contract with US biotech company Moderna for 100 million doses of an eventual coronavirus vaccine, the sixth such deal reached since May.”I’m pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Moderna to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of their coronavirus vaccine candidate,” Trump said at a White House news conference. “The federal government will own these vaccine doses, we’re buying them.””We’re on track to rapidly produce 100 million doses as soon as the vaccine is approved, and up to 500 million shortly thereafter, so we’ll have 600 million doses,” he added.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Melburnians invading the Far Northern property market

first_imgAerial view of Bentley Park housing and home construction. PICTURE: BRENDAN RADKEA leading real estate researcher is predicting as many as 30,000 people will flee Melbourne over next two years due to the extended coronavirus lockdown, but a Far North agent says they’re already here. Propertyology researcher Simon Pressley said the mass exodus would mark one of the biggest ever swings in internal migration in an Australian city. MORE NEWS “Whether they relocate to a Victorian regional location, such as Bendigo, Wodonga, the Great Ocean Road region, or … completely leave the state, thousands of Melburnians will take action to regain their ­freedom,” he said.“People are also starting to understand (COVID-19) is going to be with us for years, and where there’s greater density, there’s greater risk. We know there are people who’ve already left Melbourne.” Melburnians are reportedly buying one-way tickets to Cairns with the intention of buying property in the Far North. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Bianca De Marchi “The Victorians do tend to be interested in the more “holiday suburbs” – Palm Cove and Trinity,” he said. “Most of those comments have been on Palm Cove apartments. They’re apartments that have been holiday-let but they can be resided in as well and we’re seeing mostly people that are semi-retired.” Mr Marsh the said the Far North was becoming a desirable location for more than just Victorians, after he recently sold three houses sight unseen to a New South Wales couple.“They’re a couple from Sydney and they don’t plan on moving up for a couple of years, but the Far North is in demand and they’re just forward planning.” Cairns’ Marsh Property principal Chris Marsh said some of those residents who had left Melbourne were already in the Far North. “We’ve spoken to Victorians that have managed to come up here just after the borders closed, with the intention of holidaying and buying property,” Mr Marsh said. “They’ve gone into hotel isolation, paid a better part of $1000 for a one-way flight. “And they’ve said ‘to hell with Melbourne, we’re not going back. I’ve already rung the removalist to pack up my house, we’re buying something up here, we’re living up here’.”Mr Marsh said he had about 12 “very serious” Victorian buyers, with two sales to Melburnians already since July, and his agency had reported a 40 per cent increase in interest from southern investors since September last year. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours ago Manunda home untouched since ’40s MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS Lake Tinaroo home share schemelast_img read more

Severe hypoglycaemia cause found

first_imgHealthLifestyle Severe hypoglycaemia cause found by: – October 8, 2011 Share Share Tweet If blood sugar levels drop too far it can lead to unconsciousnessThe cause of a rare and severe form of hypoglycaemia – or very low levels of sugar in the blood – is genetic, say researchers.The life-threatening condition means the body does not have enough energy to function.Scientists at the University of Cambridge say mutations in the AKT2 gene are to blame.Writing in the journal Science, they say there are already cancer drugs which target a similar process.Hypoglycaemia can be caused by a disruption in the balance between the hormone insulin and sugar. Insulin lowers the level of sugar in the blood.The condition is commonly associated with Type 1 diabetes, when the patients inject too much insulin, miss a meal or drink alcohol.However, one-in-100,000 babies are born with a genetic defect which means they develop hypoglycaemia even when there is no insulin in the blood. In theory they should have very high blood sugar levels.These patients have to have a feeding tube inserted directly into the stomach to prevent fits while they are asleep.One of the researchers, Dr Robert Semple, said: “Fear of low blood sugar has dominated the lives of these patients and their families.”Scientists analysed the genetic code of three children with the condition. All had a mutation in the AKT2 gene.AKT2 acts as an interpreter for the hormone insulin. With the mutation, the interpreter acts as though insulin is always present, lowering blood sugar levels.Lead researcher Prof Stephen O’Rahilly told the BBC that cancer drugs were available which targeted AKT1 and which also act against AKT2.“There are actual pills that can be swallowed by humans, there could be a treatment in a year.”BBC Newscenter_img Sharing is caring! 11 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

WINAIR announces special rates to St Martin

first_img Share 395 Views   no discussions BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsTravel WINAIR announces special rates to St Martin by: Dominica Vibes News – March 5, 2015 Tweet (LR) Keith Goddard of the WCK Band, Marketing representative of WINAIR Mayling Chun, Brenda Watty of RIO Productions and one of the lead singers of WCK Clint Henderson at Vibes Radio on ThursdayThe Windward Island Airways (WINAIR) has announced a special promotion on ticket prices to St Martin.Marketing representative at WINAIR Mayling Chun told Vibes Radio on Thursday, 5 March 2015, the special rates start from two hundred and seventy US dollars.The special promotion is part of a partnership with RIO Productions of St Martin ahead of the island’s 2015 Carnival celebrations.“WINAIR is excited because we’re already a year flying into Dominica, some of you might have experienced it already and we fly four times a week and we are happy to be partners with RIO Productions, getting the Dominicans over to St Martin”.“We’re gonna have our fares starting from two hundred and seventy US round trip to St Martin and be fast, call the agency because it’s filling up but we’re very excited to be flying, it takes you an hour and you’re in St Martin,” Chun informed.Dominica’s WCK Band will be performing live in St Martin’s as part of the t-shirt band Carnival celebrations on Saturday 11 April.WCK Band was invited by RIO Productions to perform based on a request from the people of St. Martin.“We’re here to invite the Dominican passie to come to St. Martin; I know that Dominica has a lot of culture, and we sometimes come to Dominica for the Creole Festival, for me that’s one of the best times to be in Dominica, so we’re inviting people from Dominica to come to St Martin and come and enjoy some of our culture,” Brenda Watty of RIO Productions said.“T-shirts are thirty-five US a piece and it’s all you can drink on the road and you have the choice of band that you have to jump behind and it’s from eight o’clock at night until about one in the morning,” Watty said.Rio Productions is also making it possible for Dominicans who wish to attend to register for the band from here.The t-shirts can be purchased from Keith Goddard of WCK Band and he can be contacted via telephone number (767) 613 0222.center_img Share Share Sharing is caring!last_img read more

Dakota Tour online entries close on Thursday

first_imgJAMESTOWN, N.D. – Online entries close Thursday, July 6 for the 28th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Modified Tour.Early entries for the July 8-13 tour are already in hand from a record 94 IMCA Modified and 41 IMCA Sunoco Stock Car drivers. Seventeen states and Canada are already represented in pre-registra­tion numbers.The tour starts on Saturday, July 8 at the Statesman County Fairgrounds Jamestown Speedway track in Jamestown. From there the Tour goes to Nodak Speedway on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot on Sunday, July 9. Round three takes the tour north of the border to Estevan, Sask., Motor Speedway on Monday, July 10.The tour’s next stop is Tuesday, July 11 at Williston Basin Speedway, located at the Upper Mis­souri Fairgrounds. Round number five is in Dickinson and Southwest Speedway on Wednesday, July 12. The tour wraps up its six-day run at Mandan’s Dacotah Speedway on Thursday, July 13.The Corral Sales Legendary 50, a special $10,002 to win race sponsored by Corral Sales, will be held on Friday, July 14 at Mandan for all tour drivers who competed at a minimum of three Dakota Tour events.Driver payout is another tour record with $2,300 being paid at all tracks for the 30-lap IMCA Modi­fied feature winners. All features are 2017 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying events.The tour and Legendary 50 will pay out over $153,000, plus another $16,000 in driver contin­gency prizes.Tour and Legendary races will be broadcast live on IMCATV. In addition, the tour will be filmed by The Dirt Knights reality show for broadcast this fall on MAVTV.Racing fans are encouraged to go to the tour website at for more infor­mation and a current entry list. Drivers and fans can also contact series director John Gartner at 701 202-6075.Modified drivers now pre-entered are:Randy Artz, Battle Mountain, Nev.; Reese Artz, Battle Mountain, Nev.; Brock Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; Cody Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; Kit Baumann, Washburn; Hank Berry, Sidney, Mont.; Tom Berry Jr., Medford, Ore.; Masen Big Eagle, Manor, Sask.; Scott Bintz, Jamestown; Kevin Bliese, Bath, S.D.; Bland Bohannon, Williston; Pete Bradley, Williston; Chris Bragg, Springtown, Texas; Brian Brennan, Rozet, Wyo.; and Jason Briese, Cleghorn, Iowa.David Brown, Kellogg, Iowa; Kyle Brown, Madrid, Iowa; Randy Burwick, Hettinger; Jarrett Carter, Lisbon; John Corell, Jamestown; Tracy Domagala, Bismarck; Justin Elmer, Sheridan, Wyo.; Riley Emmel, Estevan, Sask.; Allan Fetzer, Max; John Flory, Williston; Greg Friestad, Valley City; Ja­son Grimes, Jamestown; Mike Hagen, Williston; Travis Hagen, Williston; and Tyler Hall, Fertile, Minn.Brad Hartigan, Dickinson; Troy Heupel, Williston; Vernon Hill, Black Eagle, Mont.; Rusty Hodges, Beatrice, Neb.; Jesse Hoeft, Forest City, Iowa; Jessie Hoskins, Longdale, Okla.; Jordan Huettl, Minot; Kyler Jeffrey, Williston; Wayne Johnson, Minot; Jeremy Keller, Mandan; Billy Kendall, Bax­ter, Minn.; Allen Kent, West Fargo; Rusty Kollman, Carrington; Tommy Lee, Grenora; and Curt Lund, Redwood Falls, Minn.Michael McCarthy, Hutto, Texas; Josh McGaha, Abilene, Texas; Les McLenehan, Estevan, Sask.; Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif.; Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; Jerry Martin, Moorcroft, Wyo.; Ryan Mikkelson, Jamestown; Clay Money, Penokee, Kan.; Dale Neitzel, Shepherd, Mont.; Jay Noteboom, Hinton, Iowa; Justin O’Brien, West Union, Iowa; Travis Olheiser, Dickinson; Darrell Parsons, Mandan; Travis Peery, Williston; Tim Perkins, Bismarck; Tyler Peterson, Hickson; and Steven Pfeifer, Minot.Crist Pittenger, Bismarck; Dallas Rice, Minot; Shawn Ritter, Keystone, Iowa; Donald Robinson, Underwood; Lucas Rodin, Marion; Josh Rogotzke, Sanborn, Minn.; Joel Rust, Grundy Center, Iowa; Darren Schatz, Williston; Brent Schlafmann, Bismarck; Kody Scholpp, Estevan, Sask.; Ryan Schroeder, Devils Lake; Jonathan Schumann, Mercer; Johnny Scott, Arroyo Hondo, N.M.; Marlyn Seidler, Underwood; and Kelly Shryock, Fertile, Iowa.Robert Sigman, Dickinson; Casey Skyberg, Rapid City, S.D.; Kyle Slader, Longdale, Okla.; Paul Stone, Winton, Calif.; Shawn Strand, Mandan; Randy Tarno, Jamestown; Jeff Taylor, Cave City, Ark.; Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz.; Marcus Tomlinson, Turtle Lake; Myles Tomlinson, Turtle Lake; Travis Tooley, Bismarck; Aaron Turnbull, Estevan, Sask.; Travis Ulmer, Mandan; Tyler Wagner, Weyburn, Sask.; Spencer Wilson, Minot; Jason Wolla, Ray; and Justin Zeitner, Malvern, Iowa.Pre-entered Stock Car drivers include:Jeffrey Abbey, Comanche, Texas; Westin Abbey, Comanche, Texas; Jayden Bears, Smithville, Mo.; Alan Bertsch, Minot; Tim Compson, Valley City; Austin Daae, Estevan, Sask.; Beau Des­champ, Bottineau; Cody Dignan, Burlington; Jordan Durward, Grand Forks; Chris Ellis, Surrey; Dalton Flory, Williston; Joe Flory, Williston; Scott Gartner, Aurora, Colo.; and Greg Gill, Muscatine, Iowa.Mike Gotch, Regina, Sask.; Gary Goudy Jr., Stoughton, Sask.; Gary Goudy Sr., Stoughton, Sask.; Eric Harpole, Bismarck; Chris Hortness, Estevan, Sask.; Jason Kniffen, Minot; Matt Lang, Turtle Lake; Curt Lund, Red­wood Falls, Minn.; Keith Mattox, Ray; Kevin Mattox, Ray; Perry Misner, Albert, Kan.; Angel Munoz, Lamar, Colo.; Shane Nehring, Williston; and Cody Nelson, Kenmare.Jake Nelson, Williston; Joe O’Bryan, Round Rock, Texas; Kyle Pfeifer, Hill City, Kan.; Dustin Reeh, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Jason Schoenberger, Russell, Kan.; Randy Schultz, Swift Current, Sask.; Scott Sim, Williston; Matt Speckman, Sleepy Eye, Minn.; Chad Sterling, Stockton, Kan.; Jeremy Swanson, Westby, Mont.; Michael Vennes, Minot; Jody York, Lubbock, Texas; and Elijah Zevenbergen, Ocheyedan, Iowa.last_img read more

Shares recover after Ferguson quits

first_img From an opening price of 18.77 US dollars, the shares fell by as much as 4.5 per cent to under the 18-dollar mark and then revived significantly. The value of a share at the close of trading was 18.44 dollars, 33 cents down – a 1.76 per cent drop – and still higher than the share price on Friday last week. United’s overall market value fell from 3.09 billion dollars (£1.98 billion) to 3.04 billion dollars (£1.95 billion) – a fall of 50 million dollars (£32 million). The shares initially fell in New York amid fears over the impact that Ferguson’s departure will have on the club. News of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement caused an initial dip in Manchester United’s share price on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, but by the close of trading it had bounced back. The opening bell on Wall Street saw shares down by three per cent, driven lower by worries over whether the club can appoint the right replacement for the most successful manager in English football history. His successor will be the key figure at a business laden with almost £370 million of debt and tightly controlled by its US majority owners, the Glazer family. The club, which trades under the MANU ticker on Wall Street, announced his departure while US markets were closed, but shares slipped on opening as investors digested the impact of the 71-year-old’s departure on one of sport’s most successful franchises. In the prospectus to its 2012 stock market flotation, Manchester United warned: “We are highly dependent on members of our management, coaching staff and our players. Any successor to our current manager may not be as successful as our current manager.” Shares in the club have surged 34 per cent since floating in August at 14 US dollars (£9) per share, closing on Tuesday evening at 18.77 US dollars (£12.11). The flotation allowed the Glazer family to sell 16.7 million shares – equal to a 10 per cent stake. The Glazers bought the Premier League football club for £790 million in 2005 in a controversial deal that enraged fans because they put in just £300 million of their own money and loaded the club with debt. The club’s most recent annual results showed total revenues of £320.3 million for the year to the end of June 2012, down 3.3% on a year earlier. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Other Sports Pro Kabaddi League: Dabang Delhi beat Bengaluru Bulls 33-31

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Hosts Dabang Delhi on Saturday notched up a thrilling 33-31 win over defending champions Bengaluru Bulls in the first match of the Delhi leg of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7 at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here.Naveen Kumar was the star for the Delhi side who trailed for most parts of the match but inflicted a crucial All-Out in the final minutes on the Bulls to walk away with all the points.Bengaluru Bulls started the match on the front foot, racing to a 5-0 lead, with Pawan Sehrawat flying high. The Bulls piled on the pressure, backed by their defence, to inflict the first All-Out of the match on Dabang Delhi in the 11th minute and open a gap of six points.The defending champions continued to dominate with their defence, manned by Mahender Singh and Saurabh Nandal, thwarting all the raiders who came in their territory. The first half ended 19-11 in favour of the Bengaluru Bulls.The league’s top raider, Pawan Sehrawat started the second half with the same intensity, rushing to his Super 10 (10 raid points) within six minutes of resumption as the Bulls maintained their pressure on Delhi.The home team brought in Meraj Sheykh to add an extra dimension to their raids and the Iranian picked up bonus points to keep Debang Delhi in the game as the match edged closer to the final whistle.Three points by Naveen Kumar in two successive raids with five minutes remaining in the match helped him reach a Super 10 and make it a one-point game.The aggressive strategy saw Delhi force an All-Out on Bulls with 3 minutes remaining to take the lead.But Pawan Sehwarat’s two-point raid tied the match once again with just a minute remaining.Delhi then pulled off an important tackle in the final minute to win the first match of their home leg.Bengaluru will only have themselves to blame for allowing Delhi to clinch so many bonus points and finishing off the game when they were on top.The result saw Delhi move to second spot in the table.last_img read more