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Juventus, Napoli light up Serie A

first_imgROME (AP):It’s judgement weekend in Serie A. League leaders Napoli take a two-point lead over Juventus into a highly anticipated clash of the top-two squads today. Then tomorrow, third-place Fiorentina host fourth-place Inter Milan, who are one point behind the Viola.Napoli and Juventus are on club record winning streaks.Napoli have won eight straight, while Juventus have 14 consecutive victories, and need three more to match the Serie A record of 17 established by Inter in 2006-07.Napoli beat Juventus 2-1 in September with goals from Lorenzo Insigne and Gonzalo Higuain, but that was before the Turin club found its stride and was able to overcome the off season departures of Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal, and Carlos Tevez.Having joined Juventus on a €40 million transfer from Palermo in June, Paulo Dybala has developed into the Turin squad’s most dangerous weapon with 13 goals. And with only 15 goals conceded, Juventus have the best defence in Italy.With 24 goals in as many matches, Napoli forward Gonzalo Higuain is having the season of his life. With 14 matches remaining, Higuain already has more goals than the 22 that Mauro Icardi and Toni led Serie A with last season.”My intention is to continue scoring,” Higuain said. “For me, and most important, to help the squad, which is aiming for something really big.”Napoli’s only two Serie A titles came in 1987 and 1990 when Diego Maradona was carrying the club.Also this weekend, it’s Lazio vs Hellas Verona; Carpi vs Roma; Empoli vs Frosinone; Chievo Verona vs Sassuolo; AC Milan vs Genoa; Palermo vs Torino; Sampdoria vs Atalanta; and Udinese vs Bologna.last_img read more

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Bandits snatch $500,000 gold chain

first_imgAn Independence Boulevard, La Penitence, Georgetown resident was in the wee hours of Wednesday pounced upon by armed bandits and robbed of his gold chain valued at half a million dollars.Reports are Dandkumar Jeeboo, 34, of Lot 100 Independence Boulevard, was attacked around 01:00h by two armed men.According to reports, Jeeboo was at a family member’s house celebrating a wedding when he was approached by the two men.One of the men pointed a handgun at him and relieved him of the gold chain he was wearing.The bandits then attempted to remove his gold band, but were unsuccessful as Jeeboo put up a fight.After their failed attempt, the men made good their escape north on Independence Boulevard.The matter was reported. Police are presently investigating.last_img read more

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Middle Road house destroyed by fire – arson suspected

first_imgPolice have launched an investigation into the suspected arson of a two-storey wooden and concrete house at Lot 183 Middle Road, La Penitence, Georgetown, which occurred at about 14:00hrs on Sunday and has left two persons homeless.The fire reportedly started while the owner of the building, Colin Clarke, was eating mangoes in front of his two-storey house.Firefighters and public-spirited persons failed in their desperate efforts to save the house from being destroyedThe owner of the home, Colin Clarke speaking to reportersThe man told Guyana Times that while he was standing in front of his yard, he noticed smoke coming from behind the house but wasn’t alarmed “because [I] didn’t think it was coming from [my] home.” However, as time passed and the smoke got thicker, he walked towards the entrance of his home but found that it was blocked by the blazing fire.He explained that he tried with all his might to enter the home in order to retrieve his licensed shotgun, since, according to him, he feared it would “go off” if the fire touched it.He asserted that he tried with all his might, but could not find the gun; moreover, he said he could save nothing in the home.He therefore called the Fire Service and simultaneously alerted his neighbours. Public-spirited persons formed a bucket brigade in an attempt to save his home, the distraught man said, but even though the Guyana Fire Service worked diligently in this regard, his home was completely destroyed by the disastrous blaze.“My wife and I had just returned from church, and she left to go by her mother, as we are celebrating two birthdays in the family.So I parked my car and stood outside at the fence, and I was eating a mango when I noticed the smoke. I wasn’t worried at first, but then I noticed the smoke getting thick and I she, ‘This is fire!’” Clarke relayed.last_img read more

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2 years later, President yet to submit nominations

first_imgLocal Government Commission…will make a pronouncement soon, Harmon saysIt has been over two years since the APNU/AFC coalition came into Government and promised to establish the Local Government Commission (LGC), but the Commission is yet to materalise; prompting observers to speculate that the process is being deliberately stalled, since President David Granger is yet to name his nominees for the commission.President David GrangerOver one year ago, Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo submitted his nominees and re-submitted the list earlier this year.On Friday, State Minister Joseph Harmon, at his weekly post-Cabinet press briefing, told reporters that the Government is anxious to have the commission established, in keeping with the administration’s commitment to the Guyanese people.“We have seen recently the nominations from the Leader of the Opposition. Those nominations did not capture some other recommendations which were made to the Leader of the Opposition… He has submitted his recommendations, and we will work with what we have; and I believe that in the short space of time, his Excellency would make a pronouncement on that,” Harmon said.He noted that when the APNU/AFC Administration came into office, the establishment of commissions, reintroduction of the Local Government Elections, and conducting commissions of inquiry were priority developments in order for them to understand the playing field in which they were operating.Article 78 (a) of the Constitution of Guyana sets out that “Parliament shall establish a Local Government Commission, the composition and rules of which empower the Commission to deal with, as it deems fit, all matters related to the regulation and staffing of local government organs, and with dispute resolution within and between local government organs.”Minister of State Joseph HarmonThe Commission would, among other things, has control over who is appointed as officials in the Neighbourhood Democratic Councils and other local authorities. In addition, it would have to approve budgets for the NDCs.By law, the Commission is to be made up of eight members. These members will include four nominated by the Government, one from the unions, and three nominees from the Leader of the Opposition.Former acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba and former Local Government Ministers Norman Whittaker and Clinton Collymore were nominated as the PPP/C’s representatives on the Local Government Commission.In addition, the Committee on Appointments had recommended that Andrew Garnett, of the Guyana Local Government Officers Union, be appointed as the union representative. This means that the Government is the only stakeholder yet to fulfil its responsibilities to nominate representatives to the Commission.In the 2017 budget, $30 million had been allocated for the LGC, but it is almost the end of 2017 and the constitutional body is yet to be established. Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan had told the Parliamentary Supply Committee last year that the commission would be operationalized by the end of 2017.In November of last year, Harmon had said that background checks are being conducted on the persons shortlisted to function as Government Commissioners on the Local Government Commission. Minister Bulkan submitted the list of names to Cabinet. However, Harmon had said that the law requires the persons named be vetted, to ensure they meet the requirements to hold the office and to carry out the roles and responsibilities contained within. He noted that one of the requirements is that persons identified must be of “high integrity”.last_img read more

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Business Minister Dominic Gaskin was born in UK

first_imgAs there continues to be much debate on the dual citizenship status of Members of Parliament (MPs), it has now been revealed that Alliance For Change (AFC) executive member and Business Minister Dominic Gaskin is a born Briton.Business Minister Dominic GaskinAFC Vice Chair Cathy Hughes, at a press briefing on Wednesday, pointed out that no current parliamentarian of the party has dual citizenship, but in the same breath, said that Gaskin was born in UK.“The AFC wishes to advise that none of its 11 MPs have sworn allegiance to any foreign state. Ten of the party’s MPs are citizens of Guyana only; the other MP, Minister Dominic Gaskin, was born in the United Kingdom… The issue of renouncing citizenship does not apply to Guyanese who were born in another country. Therefore, Mr Gaskin constitutionally sits as a duly elected MP without any hindrance or issue,” Hughes said.Gaskin is also the son-in-law of President David Granger.Since the December 21, 2018 passage of the No-Confidence Resolution, which saw former AFC MP Charrandas Persaud voting in favour of the Opposition-sponsored motion that went on to topple the Coalition Government, there has been much debate about the resolution.In fact, Government supporter Campton Reid has asked the High Court to determine whether Persaud’s vote on the No-Confidence Resolution was valid, given the fact that he dual citizenship status; that is, he’s both a Guyanese as well as a citizen of Canada.As such, hours after the historic vote in the National Assembly, Charrandas flew to the North American country, where he currently resides.However, it has since been revealed that Persaud was not the only MP with dual citizenship. In fact, four senior Government ministers have been reported to have dual citizenship as well.Among those who have sworn allegiance to other countries are: State Minister Joseph Harmon, who is also a citizen of the United States of America (USA); Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge, a citizen of the UK; and Public Service Minister Dr Rupert Roopnaraine, also a Briton. These are all members of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) faction of the coalition.However, when probed on this during Wednesday’s press conference, Hughes directed questions to its majority coalition partner.“We have made a statement where we stand. We would not be able to comment on any other political party. We don’t know whether the information is credible, whether it’s true, or whether it’s false or whatever. So I think those questions should be directed to the individuals or to the party,” the AFC’s Vice Chair insisted.Case brought against others?Meanwhile, the matter involving Persaud’s dual citizenship was heard on Tuesday, and acting Chief Justice Roxane George has since committed to a ruling by month end.As such, when pressed to discuss the implications this could have on the votes of the APNU parliamentarians, given their dual citizenship as well, AFC Chairman Khemraj Ramjattan posited that this legal matter is limited to only the former MP’s situation.“The lawyers, I think, will be in the best position to answer that. My understanding from the argument from the [Campton] Reid analysis is that if you were a dual citizen, there are certain implications that you would have voided, or vitiated your parliamentary status from the very inception, and as such, that vote in the No-Confidence ought not to count. So it will go back to a 32-32 scenario, if it does not count… Well, if the court now rules — by virtue of all the evidence this case has brought from Reid — that Charrandas has dual citizenship, it will apply to him. They will probably have to bring another case against the rest to neutralise theirs, but that’s what I understand from the Reid case: that Charrandas is what they are getting at,” Ramjattan, a lawyer, told reporters on Wednesday.Nevertheless, the AFC insisted that due diligence was exercised prior to selecting Charrandas Persaud as an MP. According to the party’s General Secretary Marlon Williams, the former party member failed to disclose his dual citizenship status despite knowing the stipulations in the constitution.last_img read more

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Maintaining Main Street

first_img But this little time capsule of Main Street USA sits right in L.A.’s backyard. Montrose, located just south of where the La Crescenta foothills begin to rise, is an unincorporated town served by Glendale’s schools and Police Department. But an aura of Norman Rockwell and fiercely loyal residents make it a unique community committed to keeping its retail district strictly mom and pop. “Everybody kind of knows each other,” said John Silvestro, a retiree who moved from Burbank 30 years ago. “They call it Mayberry.” Indeed, Montrose is the kind of place where the oldest coffee shop in town, called City Hall, has hooks for all its regulars’ coffee mugs, labeled by first name only. There are a few chain outlets on Honolulu Avenue, including several bank branches, a Quizno’s and a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. But all the other 200-plus businesses located there are individually owned, many dating back decades. MONTROSE – Sherry Galvan has been serving Bob Wilkins a banana muffin and diet Coke as a breakfast snack for so long that neither of them can remember exactly when he started hanging out at the Montrose Home Bakery and Sandwich Shop. The modest eatery is a central meeting place on the town’s main drag, Honolulu Avenue. Galvan has taken breakfast orders there for 19 years and Wilkins has lived in the town for nearly four decades. As Wilkins is fond of saying, things don’t change much in Montrose. Montrose may sound like a place located somewhere in the heartland – about 50 years ago. Faye’s ladies lingerie shop has been run by the same family for 55 years. Tom’s Toys, formerly called Uncle Tom’s Toys, has been part of the community for over 30 years, and still brings in regulars on Saturdays who call it Uncle Tom’s. Garo Anserlian, an Armenian who immigrated to the United States from Lebanon in 1979, has owned Executive Jewelers since 1984. His three sons grew up in the store, and the youngest, David, 12, has become a skilled salesman in his own right. Martian time? Fame found Executive Jewelers in 2004, when customers who also happened to be employees at Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Lab in nearby La Ca ada Flintridge recruited Anserlian to build a watch that runs on Mars time. Apparently, engineers working on Mars rovers began showing up for work 39 minutes later every day, because Mars’ day is 39 minutes longer than Earth’s. The watchmaker was charged with making a timepiece that could run on Martian time, which he did. Anserlian and his store became the subject of a Discovery Channel documentary. The publicity didn’t change him, or Montrose. The biggest change he can name is the switching in recent years of the Montrose Farmers Market from Thursdays to Sundays. That connection to the past creates some interesting shopping experiences. Julian’s Dog Gone Cute, a pet-grooming shop on Ocean View Boulevard, is the former site of the town jail, and the jail cells are still there. “The waitresses at City Hall (coffee shop) used to carry meals over to the jail on the corner. It was very much like Mayberry in that sense,” said John Drayman, second-generation owner of Custom Photographic and president of the Montrose Shopping Park Association. Channeling Bedford Falls Drayman, who grew up in Montrose, is filled with stories about the town and loves sharing its lore. He remembers a dry cleaning shop that sounded a steam whistle up until the 1970s. Townspeople used to time their lunch hours by it, he said. There was the Montrose Fix-It shop, whose slogan read: “We can mend anything but a broken heart.” And Montrose once had a dance school that shared space with a church, which of course prohibited members from dancing. Drayman recalls Irv Elson, a shoe store owner, who greeted people not by name, but by shoe size. Montrose boasts one of the nation’s first Vietnam War memorials. “Montrose has grown and changed, but at heart it is the same quirky place where you can literally go and meet a butcher, a baker and a candlestick maker,” he said. The community hasn’t stayed quaint on its own. That has taken an enormous amount of work. About five years ago, the general economic downturn left 18 storefronts empty along Honolulu Avenue. At that time, Drayman, one of Montrose’s biggest boosters and a contender in the Glendale City Council election, got involved with a program to help redevelop the Montrose shopping district. “I knew we needed businesses that were open day and night and an environment where people would come and shop and stay to eat.” Drayman said. The redevelopment committee solicited restaurants to join the retail mix, and now Montrose has an eclectic lineup of eateries. “If you had asked me if I would ever see three sushi restaurants in three blocks I would have said you’re crazy,” Drayman said. Back to the future The committee also lobbied the city of Glendale to support the return of Montrose’s historic 1924 streetlights, street repaving, and new signals. The city expanded parking, got a farmers market with pony rides, a petting zoo and bands, and began promoting its Arts & Crafts Festival, the third-largest in the state. The effort has driven foot traffic through the retail area and brought in young families and other new patrons. Montrose has had successful relationships with chain stores such as Baskin Robbins and Winchell’s Donuts in the past. But chains haven’t taken over. And what’s kept them at bay is Montrose residents themselves. “We had someone trying to buy a bunch of buildings and he was telling people he was planning to put in a bunch of chain stores,” said Drayman. “One thousand five hundred letters were fired off to the planning director and the local paper. People are intensely protective of Montrose.” Worries ahead That passion for maintaining a hometown, Main Street vibe could lead Montrose to a standoff. That’s because a lot of the businesses signed leases over the past five to 10 years that are beginning to expire. “There are a lot of nervous stores at the moment,” said Drayman. Jean Linington, a saleswoman at the children’s bookstore Once Upon A Time, said the store’s building on Honolulu was sold last year to a private investor who is not a Montrose resident. She said the bookstore owner is concerned the property owner might raise the rent to an unaffordable level. “It’s a threat to the store,” she said. If the same thing begins happening to a majority of stores, residents could eventually face a changing landscape. “Do we want to become a mini version of Old Town Pasadena, or stay a Main Street?” asked Drayman. “The majority want to stay a Main Street, but some want national chains. “The historic soda shop is now gone because they put in a Coldstone Creamery instead.” For now, the Starbucking of Montrose seems very far away. All you have to do is walk by the art deco storefront of Montrose Bowl or pass the gritty daytime darkness of Avignone’s Bar to feel like you’re on the set of a Frank Capra picture. “This is what retail was in America prior to malls,” Drayman said. With any luck, Montrose will remain a real-life time capsule. Barbara Correa can be reached at barbara.correa@dailynews.com or (818) 713-3662. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Greek football league suspended after gun drama

first_img“We must all decide to ignore the political cost…It’s a question of will. Personally, I am determined to go ahead,” Tsipras said ahead of a meeting with a rival party leader.His deputy minister for sport, Yiorgos Vassiliadis, had earlier told reporters after an emergency meeting with Tsipras that the Superleague championship would “not start again without a new framework agreed by all.”Vassiliadis said the government was in close contact with European football body UEFA, which he said had been “shocked” by the incident.Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of PAOK owner, Greek-Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis, after he stormed the pitch on Sunday, accompanied by bodyguards, to confront the referee in protest at a 90th-minute disallowed goal in a top-of-the-table clash against AEK Athens.PAOK sports director Lubos Michel, a Slovak former FIFA referee, is also believed to have threatened referee Yiorgos Kominis.The match was interrupted as AEK’s squad walked off the pitch. The goal was later allowed.Vassiliadis said the government had “fought to clean up” Greek football for three years “and would not allow all this effort to be threatened”.“We await proposals from the federation and the league,” he said. “A tougher framework is needed.”He did not rule out the prospect of Greek clubs sitting out next season’s European matches, but insisted the national team would not be affected.PAOK and AEK are in a neck-and-neck race for the league title, which would be their first in over 24 years.Olympiakos have won the last seven championships under the ownership of Greek shipowner Vangelis Marinakis, who, like Savvidis, is one of Greece’s most prominent businessmen.The league suspension is the latest stopgap measure adopted by the Tsipras government to maintain order in a championship spiralling out of control.– Clashes –Less then a month ago, fans of the four most popular clubs — AEK, PAOK, Olympiakos and Panathinaikos — were banned from away games after recurring violence.This was after Olympiakos fans clashed with police on February 4 after a shock home defeat to AEK dealt a serious blow to their title defence.Yet a few weeks later, another match in PAOK’s Toumba stadium had to be abandoned after a cashier roll thrown from the stands hit the Olympiakos skipper.PAOK were initially docked three points, but managed to overturn the decision on appeal.A tobacco industrialist with extensive holdings in the northern port city of Thessaloniki, Savvidis controls the city’s top hotel and recently also bought one of Greece’s top newspapers, Ethnos.The 58-year-old, a former lawmaker with the party of Russian president Vladimir Putin, is considered a political ally of Tsipras.A police source on Monday said Savvidis was not sought over the gun, for which he has a license, but for the pitch invasion, a misdemeanour that carries no prison term.Savvidis, who owns companies that are leading sponsors of the Greek league, defended his behaviour.“Ivan (Savvidis) didn’t threaten anybody with a gun,” his media department told Russia’s Sport Express newspaper.“It means that the provocative headlines in certain media are totally untrue.“He carries weapons as he has a permission for it. It’s not prohibited in Greece…..Savvidis has allowed himself some excessive emotions but, once again, he didn’t threaten anybody with a gun.”Last year, Savvidis was part of a Franco-German consortium that won a bid for the privatisation of the Thessaloniki port authority.But the deal was postponed after a Russian bank backing Savvidis was placed under temporary administration.In a rare step, the US embassy in Athens later expressed concern over the issue, suggesting a lack of transparency over the funding behind the deal.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Greek football league has been suspended after PAOK president Ivan Savvidis, with a handgun in his waistband, confronted the referee after he disallowed a last-minute goal against AEK Athens in the top-of-the-table clash on Sunday © AFP / stringerATHENS, Greece, Mar 12 – Greece’s top-flight football championship was suspended indefinitely Monday, a minister said, hours after the owner of the PAOK team invaded the pitch with a gun strapped to his belt.Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he was “determined” to enforce order in the country’s oft-chaotic leading sport, which has repeatedly been marred by violence on and off the pitch.last_img read more

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Brazil’s Danilo out of WCup with ankle injury

first_img0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Danilo, 26, saw his first season in England end with the Premier League title following his arrival from Spanish giants Real MadridLONDON, United Kingdom, July 6 – Brazil right-back Danilo has been ruled out of the rest of the World Cup after sustaining ankle ligament damage in training on Thursday.The Manchester City defender played in Brazil’s opening 1-1 draw with Switzerland in Group E after Dani Alves was injured before the tournament began. Fagner of Corinthians has played at right-back since and Danilo’s World Cup is now over, with the news coming the day before Brazil face Belgium in their quarter-final clash in Kazan on Friday.A statement published on Brazil’s official website read: “Right-back Danilo suffered a ligament injury in his left ankle after sprains in training this Thursday in Kazan.“Accompanied by the doctor of the Brazilian national team, Rodrigo Lasmar, the player performed image tests that confirmed the injury and he doe not have sufficient time of recovery in the period of dispute of the World Cup.“In conversation with the technical committee, Danilo requested and will remain with the cast, having begun treatment with the medical department of the national team.”Brazil are aiming to secure a sixth World Cup.last_img read more

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Enosh, Kahata to vie for KPL MVP award

first_imgThe awards which will be sponsored by electronics company LG to a tune of Sh5.6mn will be done in partnership with the journalists’ umbrella body.The ceremony will be held on August 19 while the final shortlist of the top three will be released on Friday.Full list of nominees:Goalkeeper of the year:Farouk Shikalo (Bandari/Yanga), Justin Ndikumna (Sofapaka/Bandari), Kevin Omondi (Sony Sugar), Samuel Odhiambo (Western Stima), Morgan Alube (Chemelil Sugar), Zamu Adisa (KCB)Defender of the yearJoash Onyango, Harun Shakava (Gor Mahia), Faina Jacobs (Sofapaka), Brian Otieno (Bandari), David Owino (Mathare United), Kevin Wesonga (Sony Sugar)Midfielder of the yearAbdallah Hassan (Bandari), Cliff Nyakeya (Mathare United), Danson Chetambe (Zoo), Francis Kahata (Gor Mahia), Whyvone Isuza (AFC Leopards), Boniface Muchiri (Tusker)New young player;David Majak (Tusker), Jackson Dwang (Nzoia), Moses Mudavadi (Bandari), Daniel Sakari (Kakamega Homeboyz), Nixon Omondi (Sharks), Joshua Otieno (Sony Sugar)Coach of the year Hassan Oktay (Gor Mahia), Bernard Mwalala (Nzoia Sugar), John Baraza (Sofapaka), Robert Matano (Tusker), Patrick Odhiambo (Sony Sugar), Francis Kimanzi (Mathare)0Shares0000(Visited 65 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Enosh Ochieng celebrates a goal during a past Kenyan premier League match. PHOTO/Ulinzi StarsNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 13 – Ulinzi Stars striker Enosh Ochieng and former Gor Mahia playmaker Francis kahata will lead the race for the Kenyan Premier League Sports Journalists Association of Kenya 2018/2019 player of the year award.The two have been nominated alongside Umaru Kasumba formerly with Sofapaka, Gor Mahia defensive kingpin Joash Onyango, Kakamega Homeboyz striker Allan Wanga and Tusker forward Boniface Muchiri.last_img read more

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FINN HARPS FANS RALLY TO SUPPORT A FORMER FOE

first_imgFinn Harps Supporters have joined the growing number of League of Ireland and wider Irish Football community to throw their support behind the Mark Farren appeal.Finn Harps captain Kevin McHugh with Mark Farren at a fundraiser Pic by Joe Boland.A group of fans in consultation with the club have arranged a bucket collection for the Mark Farren appeal at the Finn Harps home match with Waterford United this Friday (8th May).Although the Greencastle man made his LOI debut for the Ballybofey club he went on to become the club record goals scorer for the “old enemy” Derry City, including scoring his fair share of important goals to break hearts among the Harps faithful. However, old rivalries are irrelevant in light of the ongoing appeal to raise funds to help with Mark’s 6 year battle with a life threatening illness, an appeal which has had a phenomenal response across the Irish football community including donations from Ireland International players Seamus Coleman, James McClean and David Forde.Current Finn Harps Captain Kevin McHugh, a friend and former strike partner of Farren’s at Derry City and co-ordinator of the fund raising efforts welcomed the Harps fans initiative.“Mark is a proud Donegal man and has great time for Finn Harps. He was saying to me last night how much he appreciates all the well wishes from Harps fans online,” HE SAID.Finn Harps FC themselves are one of a number of clubs to sponsor a table at the upcoming Dinner Dance and Auction fundraising event at the Everglades Hotel on 23rd May. The club and its supporters hope the recent bumper crowds attending on Navenny Street will give what they can to help the cause.Visit www.markfarren.com for further details on the campaign and to find out how you can donate.FINN HARPS FANS RALLY TO SUPPORT A FORMER FOE was last modified: May 6th, 2015 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:appealdonegalfinn harpsMark Farrenlast_img read more

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