Bianca Flanders plays Krotoa. A discussion around the story of Krotoa highlighted the untold stories of the Khoi people that were lost in history, and the lack of interest from the youth to find out more about where they come from.The musical theatre production Krotoa, Eva van de Kaap, will run at the Artscape Theatre until Saturday February 16.The discussion was held at the Innovation Room at the Artscape on Saturday February 3, and was focused on the role of the arts as a way of fast-tracking the changes needed to redress historic injustice, and how the story of Krotoa helps people define the terms of restorative justice. The event was also held to mark Black History Month, celebrated in February around the world. Krotoa, Eva van de Kaap is being staged in association with the Dutch theatre collective, the Volksoperahuis. Set in present day South Africa, a Dutch actor and singer and a South African actress meet on the film set of Krotoa, Eva van de Kaap. He takes the role of Jan van Riebeeck,the VOC merchant commander who established a refreshment station at the Cape in 1652. She plays Krotoa, the young Khoi girl taken into van Riebeeck’s household who went on to become a key negotiator and translator between the Dutch and the local people at a very young age. She was also the first Khoi woman to be baptised and the first to officially marry a European. The production puts Krotoa in the centre of her own story, and is a perspective-changing tribute to a neglected and contested aspect of shared history. Marlene le Roux, the CEO of the Artscape, said putting together the production was a spiritual and emotional journey for the people involved. “It is not easy for people to be taken on this journey, but it is important for our ancestors that we tell these stories. The journey of Krotoa is a journey for all of us. It’s a journey to reclaim Africa, and a lesson that we must never discriminate. This space is a space for everyone.” High commissioner of the Gorinhaicona Traditional Council, Tauriq Jenkins, who is also part of a programme at the University of Cape Town (UCT), which deals with the restoring of justice, said part of the restoration process is a broader conversation about the trauma of the past. “We all acknowledge the part of arts in the restorative process. Krotoa is an iconic, deep, humane figure, and her story is told by another, for another. Today it is being told with restoration in mind. The history that we share is part of our history as a country.” He said that when people speak about Krotoa, they speak of a time humanity lost itself. “Krotoa is the centre of who we are as people. Part of the healing process is understanding all that she had been through. This story is one that all South Africans need to know. If we don’t get to know it, we are robbing ourselves of a large part of our history.“This is more than just a play – it’s a demand for recognition of who we are, about stopping the harm done in the past. We must remember that this is our land. Huge wrong has been done in the past, and it needs to stop.”Doctor June Bam-Hutchison of the UCT Centre for African Studies, raised the question on how we decolonise people who’ve been erased from the stories of the past. “We need to look at the fact that some of these people have died with their stories, and look at the kind of colonial life and the stories about our people – especially the women. “The Khoi people are still alive in the memories of our elderly, and there are still traces of our history in our communities. “Krotoa is a story about erasure. She must have had so much untold knowledge, like our people of areas like District Six, where our history and knowledge were bulldozed. Krotoa is a metaphor for getting back our knowledge and the rituals, back into universities. Krotoa is our meaning of restorative justice.”Also part of the discussion was Chief Krotoa Elenor Smith, a member of the First Indigenous Nations of South Africa. She said the untold rituals and history of Khoi people that were taught by grandmothers had been lost. “Traditional medicines such as dassiepis and buchu are some of the examples of things that are on our doorsteps. “When do we take back the stolen knowledge? I appeal to people to take back your power, dignity and land.”She said the arts were important to highlight parts of the healing process. “It highlights what Krotoa stood for, what our grandmothers stood for. We need to take back our ceremonies and rituals.” Kershan Pacham, a PhD candidate and representative of the youth, said art has a way of restoring parts of our lives that were lost. “It’s about loss, and how we deal with that loss. It’s about coming out of the darkness by digging into the past and enlightening ourselves.” The director of Krotoa Eva van de Kaap, Basil Appollis, said it was important that people have the confidence to tell their stories. “We live with incredible stories every day, but we think it’s not important to tell. This is where it starts.”Courtney Lemmert, who recently found out that she was from Khoi decent, said there waslittle involvement from the youth at these gatherings. She said that the writers and researchers who have the correct networks should push such content and productions into schools and make it accessible for the youth so that they are aware of where they come from. The discussion was wrapped up with a song and dedication to Krotoa by Courtney’s mother, Amanda Lois Stone, a Khoisan singer and poet. Krotoa, Eva van de Kaap, was written by writer, film-maker and journalist Sylvia Vollenhoven. The story sheds new light on an ancient narrative, and contends that the story has not ended.The music for the production is by South African Frazer Barry and Jef Hofmeister, from the Volksoperahuis in The Netherlands.Krotoa, Eva van de Kaap is at the Artscape Arena until Saturday, at 3pm and 7.30pm. Tickets cost R100.Book through Computicket or 021 421 7695.
Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. SHARE Published: August 11, 2016 1:17 PM EDT Updated: August 11, 2016 1:18 PM EDT MIAMI (AP) – U.S. forecasters say it’s more likely this could be the busiest Atlantic hurricane season since 2012.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s updated outlook predicts 12 to 17 named storms, including five to eight hurricanes, two to four of which could be “major.”On average, the U.S. gets 12 named Atlantic storms a season, including six hurricanes, three of them major.The El Nino effect in the Pacific that tends to reduce Atlantic hurricane activity is now dissipating. Gerry Bell of NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center said in a statement Thursday that the opposite, La Nina, phenomenon may form as the six-month season peaks, but shouldn’t have a significant impact.Landslides from Hurricane Earl killed nearly 50 people in Mexico last week. Two tropical storms have hit the U.S. this year. Forecasters: Busy Atlantic hurricane season is more likely
The suggestion by Laura Kelly that £400 to £500 after-the-event policies are responsible for the ‘mess’ in the civil legal costs system should be taken with a big pinch of salt. What is missing from the discussion on claimant personal injury solicitors’ costs is the unreasonable stance taken by defendant solicitors on the simplest of cases. Take a recent case of mine against our local council. A road traffic accident occurred in September 2006 between a council van and my client’s Nissan Micra. There was clear evidence to suggest that the defendant driver did not even stop at the scene (hit and run). Despite this, the defendant solicitors, another Lancashire-based firm, defended the matter to the hilt. Liability was disputed, low-velocity impact was alleged, and the claimants were also subjected to examination by a defendant medical expert. Forensic engineering evidence on impact forces was served, when even to the untrained eye the impact damage to the little Micra was significant. Five years later (yes, five, that is not a misprint), the matter came to a two-day trial in November 2011 where both claimants were vindicated 100% and each recovered £1,250. The claimants had long since made part 36 offers to accept £1,050 and justifiably also got an order for indemnity costs against the defendants. The costs? The claimants’ bill came close to hitting six figures, and yes the uplift was 100%, a decision that was also justified with the benefit of hindsight. How much scrutiny do defendant solicitors get from their insurer client when they are responsible for advising the insurer to defend cases such as this one? Perhaps the insurers should stop complaining about claimant solicitor costs and cast an eye closer to home. Mohammed Patel, solicitor and director, MRH Solicitors, Bolton
The High Court has told a litigant they cannot argue against their opponent’s costs simply on the basis that the figure is higher than their own.Clive Sheldon QC, sitting as a deputy High Court judge in Monex Europe Ltd v Pothecary & Anor, was required to assess costs following his refusal of the claimant’s application for an injunction.The claimant took what was described as the ‘comparison approach’ arguing that the defendants’ £85,446 costs sought were unreasonably high compared with its own costs of £44,669.The claimant said it bore the burden of the application, having filed double the number of witness statements, took issue with the hours claimed by the defendant solicitors, and argued for the costs lawyer instructed by the defendants to be paid a rate of £120 per hour, rather than £250.The judge said the court would assess costs by their relationship to the work done, not by comparing one side’s with another.‘It is not appropriate for the court simply to compare the two sets of costs and say that the defendants’ costs were disproportionate because they were greater, or that elements of them were greater, than that of the claimant. It is necessary to look at the specific items for which costs are claimed.’In the event, he reduced the sum claimed by £11,405, judging that time spent on one defendant’s statement was too high, time spent by a partner personally attending on the parties ‘seems somewhat excessive’, and some work was duplicated. The judge noted it was not disproportionate for an experienced costs lawyer to work on the schedule.
Related Kenya secures $43 million from World Bank for desert locust response Kenya negotiating for $750 million loan from World Bank 20 August 2018 Mandera, Kenya – An elderly Kenyan woman goes to a water well, 15 km away from her home, to get some water for her childrenOne of the most important problems facing many quinine is the lack of clean drinking water. Therefore, many people have to travel large distances to catch some water from wells, which are mostly salty water, not fresh water.This is the case in Mandira, Kenya As with the other areas of the North Eastern Province, Mandera is predominantly inhabited by ethnic Somalis with the Garre tribe as majority in the county. Other well represented communities in the larger mandera county are Degodia, Murulle and other smaller tribes known as corner tribes( Marehan,sharmoge,leysan,waraabeye,rer aw xasan,shabelle and Gabaween )Mandera (Somali: Mandheera) is the capital of Mandera County in the former North Eastern Province of Kenya. It is situated at around 3°55N 41°50E, near the borders with Somalia and Ethiopia. (Photo by Fayed El-Geziry/NurPhoto via Getty Images) 20 August 2018 Mandera, Kenya – An elderly Kenyan woman goes to a water well, 15 km away from her home, to get some water for her children. One of the most important problems facing many quinine is the lack of clean drinking water. Therefore, many people have to travel large distances to catch some water from wells, which are mostly salty water, not fresh water./NurPhoto via Getty Images)Kenya has secured $750 million from the World Bank to develop the economy of its arid northeastern regions, the World Bank said late on Tuesday.The money targets areas covered by the Isiolo-Mandera regional road corridor and would be used on projects “to improve the movement of people and goods, digital connectivity and access to social services for over 3.2 million people”, the World Bank said in a statement. Kenya gets $50 million World Bank credit for coronavirus fight
RESULTSPENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 7-ranked University of West Florida women’s tennis team defeated No. 18 Midwestern State 7-2 at home on Tuesday afternoon. West Florida (8-2, 4-0 GSC) has now won 19 consecutive home matches against Division-II opponents. The No. 10-ranked doubles team of seniors Laure-Eline Faure (Toulouse, France) and Monika Kochanova (Bratislava, Slovakia) won 8-3 at number one doubles and improve to 1-1 against regionally ranked opponents. Junior Nina Bubelova (Pova’sk’ Bystrica, Slovakia) and senior Fernanda Amaral (Curitiba, Brazil) won 8-5 at number two doubles while senior Francesca Fanchin (New York, N.Y.) and junior Katarina Dikosavljevic (Queensland, Australia) won 8-6 at number three doubles. No. 4 Kochanova fell to No. 16 Kayla Casey 4-6, 6-4, 12-10 at number one singles and falls to to 2-2 on the year against nationally ranked opponents. Faure won at number two singles 6-1, 6-0 and improves to 2-1 against regionally ranked opponents en route to earning her 20th career singles victory. Bubelova fell at number three singles 6-4, 6-4 while Dikosavljevic won 6-4, 6-4 at number four singles. Amaral won at number five singles 6-4, 6-0 while junior Sarai Flores (Mexico City, Mexico) won 6-4, 6-4 at number six singles. West Florida will next face No. 8 Saint Leo on Wednesday, March 18 at 1 p.m. CT before facing No. 21 Northeastern State on Thursday, March 19 at 1 p.m. CT. West Florida will then face No. 20 Georgia College on Friday, March 20 at 9:30 a.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version
A new book will be published in the United Kingdom (UK) this month, which features footballers of Jamaican heritage and their contribution to English football. Football’s Black Pioneers: The Stories of the First Black Players to Represent the 92 League Clubs is written by Bill Hern and David Gleave and published by Conker Editions. Hern says it was important to document the legacies of these players before they become forever forgotten in history.“We felt it important to identify, commemorate and celebrate the lives and careers of those first black footballers before their names and stories were forever lost to history,” Hern told The Gleaner. “We were also keen to document the trials and tribulations many of them went through in order to help pave the way for those black players that followed.”Some of the players with Jamaican roots who feature significantly in the book are Vivian Anderson, Carl Valentine, Neville Chamberlain (the uncle of Liverpool FC’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain), Tony Cunningham, and Lloyd Maitland, but two key figures for Hern are Jack Leslie and Lindy Delapenha.The book explains in great detail how Leslie, whose father was from Hope Bay, Portland, while playing for Plymouth Argyle, was picked for England in 1925 but then allegedly dropped when the English Football Association (FA) realised he was black.“Yes, the FA simply denied they had ever picked Jack in spite of the mountains of evidence to the contrary,” Hern said.Now, there is a campaign to erect a statue in Leslie’s honour as a reminder of the racial injustice he faced in his time as a player.“Nearly 100 years ago, Jack Leslie should have been pulling on an England football shirt and making history. But he was denied because of his race. It’s time for us all to right that wrong and recognise this remarkable player’s achievements with a statue. A memorial to someone who deserves a public monument,” a statement on the campaign’s Crowd Funder page said. Delapenha’s Story Hern said of all the players featured, he was most touched by Delapenha’s story.“Lindy was not typical of an early black footballer,” he said. “He came from a middle-class family and was well educated, having attended Wolmer’s Boys. He had the confidence that comes from excelling at every sport he ever attempted. “He claimed to have suffered racism while playing football only once – towards the end of his career when he was at Mansfield Town. “A spectator made a racist comment towards him. He only just managed to restrain himself. When he got home that evening he recognised the spectator, who was waiting outside of Lindy’s house. The man’s wife had told him to go and apologise. The apology was duly accepted.”Hern says the book was first aimed at fans of the 92 clubs in England’s professional leagues but he and Gleave hope that it helps others, including Jamaicans, to get an appreciation of the impact these players had on English football and the fight against racism.“The parents of many of the Jamaican players came to England in the 1950s to help rebuild the country and create a good life for their children,” he said. “They came with nothing, worked hard, bought houses and brought up their children well.“So I hope the book shows just what is possible and celebrates all of the brave people, the footballers, as well as their parents and ancestors.”The book will go on sale on August 31. email@example.com
Bossier Parish teams will get a chance to see how far they’ve progressed and how far they have to go with scrimmages set for this week.There are two scrimmages Thursday. Haughton visits North DeSoto and Plain Dealing is at Ringgold.Friday, Airline is at Ouachita Parish, Parkway hosts Pineville, Benton hosts North Webster and Bossier visits Red River.Scrimmages vary in format, but they usually consist of a series of plays involving the first and second teams followed by a regulation quarter. Some teams also work on goalline situations.Haughton and North DeSoto are traditional scrimmage partners. The Griffins, who went 8-4 last season, have one of the area’s top running backs in Aubrey Scott.Airline and Ouachita also scrimmaged in the spring. The Vikings are coming off a 9-4 season. Ouachita Parish went 7-5 in 2017.Pineville’s head coach is Dennis Dunn, a former head coach at Evangel Christian and Woodlawn.Dunn took the Pineville job last season after a long stint as head coach at Louisiana College.The Rebels went 2-8 in his first year.Parkway is coming off a 5-6 season. The Panthers lost two of the nation’s top players in quarterback Justin Rogers and receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. to leg injuries in the first two weeks of the season.Coach Neil May said the Panthers have put that behind them.“We closed the book on the devastating season of injuries that we had last season in December,” he said.Benton had to replace several key players off last year’s 10-0 season and coach Reynolds Moore will get a chance to evaluate the newcomers. North Webster is coming off a 3-7 season.Plain Dealing was 3-8 last season. Ringgold finished 1-9.Scrimmage scheduleThursdayHaughton at North DeSoto, 6Plain Dealing at Ringgold, 6FridayAirline at Ouachita Parish, 5:30Pineville at Parkway, 5North Webster at Benton, 6Bossier at Red River, 6— Russell Hedges, firstname.lastname@example.orgPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPersonal Loan | Search AdsGetting a Loan in Hong Kong Might be Easier Than You ThinkPersonal Loan | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Link to post 3,760 the_fan 228 posts 65 Members FiddySicks Prev The Yankees hat looks more like the Braves to me…It is. The Red Sox don’t have a white logo nor a red bill. By sportstar1212, February 19, 2012 in Sports Logo News Next Sign in to follow this Share on other sites 0 Followers 0 Share on other sites Share this post Fox Share this post 447 4,356 Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays 2012 – Quebec NordiquesMinnesota North StarsHartford WhalersNew York MetsBoston Bruins (all except 1995-2007)New Detroit Lions Posted February 19, 2012 miamimarlins RedSox44 Posted February 19, 2012 Share this post kw11333 3,287 RedSox44 kw11333 297 posts Share this post Go To Topic Listing RedSox44 10,716 Share this post 0 4,132 posts 7,190 posts Link to post 8 Share on other sites Members 234 Board Man + Young Trece 0 Pizzaman7294 Link to post Sports Logo News 2,826 posts Link to post Posted February 21, 2012 Share this post Posted February 19, 2012 419 0 10 Posted February 19, 2012 66 Lights Out miamimarlins Posted February 19, 2012 Share this post 4,356 31,371 posts patsox 6,930 posts 3,287 Link to post All Activity Link to post Posted February 19, 2012 neo_prankster FiddySicks Members Share on other sites Location:Long Beach, California, USA 0 128 65 Share this post 0 bosrs1 Posted February 19, 2012 Members Members I could actually see that royal and orange cap selling well because those are also the colors of the knicks. 65 Posted February 19, 2012 Recommended Posts 0 26,359 posts Share on other sites 0 Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo 447 1,005 0 Posted February 19, 2012 234 9,114 posts 0 0 4,356 My friend is a Giants fan and he loves to wear the green/gold SF cap. he says he only does it because he really likes the team colors for the A’s. I for one hate the entire idea of switching to rival colors. But people are buying, so money talksit’s a really nice looking cap!glad the Marlins don’t have any real rivals. have no problem wearing any colored fashioned cap. Location:Sacramento, California 0 8 A’s in Giants colorsThat is an abomination of the highest order. That hat and anyone wearing it should be summarily thrown off the Oakland side of the Bay Bridge with a thousand curses rained down upon their damned souls. In other abomination news they also sell a Giants cap in the A’s away colors… Share this post MidnightSun 1,979 posts The artist formally known as Bucfan56 1,005 Members patsox 3,760 Share on other sites 234 6 BrandMooreArt Location:Indiana > Miami Posted February 19, 2012 Link to post Link to post 0 Link to post Funky Bunky 603 sportstar1212 bosrs1 SportsLogos.Net Members Why bother mixing and matching rival logos and colors? Favourite Logos:All WLAF logos, Bucs pirate flag, Arizona State pitchfork, Notre Dame leprechaun, Albany Firebirds, Iowa Barnstormers, SD State eagle warrior 1,288 Share on other sites 7,190 posts 1 Link to post 0 Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites Members Share on other sites Members Favourite Logos:Blue Jays original,Arkansas Razorbacks,Minnesota T-wolves original,and Pat Patriot Page 1 of 2 Share this post 1,293 posts Link to post 419 Fashion Caps in Rival Team’s Colors Posted February 19, 2012 Funky Bunky Members neo_prankster bosrs1 Fashion Caps in Rival Team’s Colors 10,716 8,272 posts Share this post Link to post BrandMooreArt 0 5,835 posts 0 Share on other sites 0 Members Fashion Caps in Rival Team’s Colors Location:Worcester MA Members 0 MidnightSun 234 Posted February 19, 2012 Location:Portland, ME, USA Share this post Share on other sites 234 1,288 6 Share this post Posted February 19, 2012 bosrs1 Link to post 603 Link to post Share on other sites Members 162 Location:West Coast Posted February 19, 2012 Fox Suspended 6,188 posts Link to post A person I know almost always wears an all-red Yankees cap. It doesn’t make any sense to me.I actually like the way the A’s-Giants crossover cap looks, but no fan of either team would ever wear it.I would hope not. You cannot be a fan of both teams with how the Giants have been blocking the A’s the last few year and trying to drive them out of the Bay Area.Maybe you can’t, but I’d argue that the majority of Bay Area residents don’t have an issue rooting for both teams. Inferiority complex be damned. It’s all still the Bay Area, the LA teams are the ones to really hate IMO. I for one, have always wanted that Giants cap in A’s colors. While I’m a Giants fan first and foremost, I also like the A’s quite a bit as well and used to work for them. 10,716 419 zpqmaowl Share this post Members 162 Posted February 21, 2012 1,288 Favourite Logos: 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions 6,188 posts Ugly. Plain ugly. Forums Home Link to post Forums Home 0 I was browsing on Hatclub.com and I noticed MLB fashion caps in the colors of a team’s rivals. That inspired me to start a thread on here. Feel free to post any you find on the internet.Yankees cap in Mets colorsYankees cap in Red Sox colors Dodgers cap in Yankees colorsDodgers cap in Giants colorsGiants cap in A’s colors Flamewagoning 8 1,288 2 0 zpqmaowl Members Flamewagoning Location:Florida PurpleRush 10 My friend is a Giants fan and he loves to wear the green/gold SF cap. he says he only does it because he really likes the team colors for the A’s. I for one hate the entire idea of switching to rival colors. But people are buying, so money talks Location:San Diego Share this post PurpleRush Pizzaman7294 Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue Jays 2012 – Quebec NordiquesMinnesota North StarsHartford WhalersNew York MetsBoston Bruins (all except 1995-2007)New Detroit Lions Share on other sites 2 Next Posted February 21, 2012 A’s in Giants colors Favourite Logos:Sacramento Republic FC RedSox44 phutmasterflex Share this post Share on other sites 185 posts Who cares whether or not it’s a Braves cap. All that matters is that there’s a Yankees cap out there that prominently featured the color of their archrival, and it’s stupid. Share this post Lights Out The Yankees hat looks more like the Braves to me… All Activity definitely not something i would do but you might be surprised as to how many people wear randomly colored hats. especially Yankees Sports Logos 3,760 Members sportstar1212 Page 1 of 2 0 Link to post Share this post 603 Share on other sites phutmasterflex 0 1,288 1,963 posts Location:Chicago Sports Logo News 10 Sports Logos 1,005 SportsLogos.Net 0 6 Share this post Sign in to follow this Banned Graphic Designer A person I know almost always wears an all-red Yankees cap. It doesn’t make any sense to me.I actually like the way the A’s-Giants crossover cap looks, but no fan of either team would ever wear it.I would hope not. You cannot be a fan of both teams with how the Giants have been blocking the A’s the last few year and trying to drive them out of the Bay Area.That said the A’s colors look good with many other teams logos. I have a Padres cap in the A’s colors I wear whenever I’m back in the Bay Area to confuse the hell out of people. It works very well. Location:San Diego Location:Portland, ME, USA 66 This is worse than those half home / half road hockey jerseys. 5,031 posts Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Members 1,288 128 66 Members Posted February 19, 2012 9,699 posts A person I know almost always wears an all-red Yankees cap. It doesn’t make any sense to me.I actually like the way the As-Giants crossover cap looks, but no fan of either team would ever wear it. 162 Yeah, the NYY one in NYM/NYK colors makes perfect sense. You’d wear it with Knicks gear or Islanders gear (if you’re a weirdo). But yeah, can’t knock that one especially when it’s got a white outline unlike the Mets hat. Share on other sites 3,287 Posted February 19, 2012 Share on other sites Followers 0 1 Members Prev 234 This topic is now closed to further replies. 128 A person I know almost always wears an all-red Yankees cap. It doesn’t make any sense to me.I actually like the way the As-Giants crossover cap looks, but no fan of either team would ever wear it.You know Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit? Posted February 19, 2012 Location:Boston the_fan 447 Link to post the yankees hat in mets colors works well as a Knicks hat Share on other sites
Mario Mandzukic to Manchester United is going to be one of the main transfer stories between now and the winter market. It’s been going on since the end of the summer window, with the reason for a last minute deal failing being different depending on who is believed.The English media have it that Manchester United weren’t that convinced the striker was the man for them, whereas in Italy it’s been reported Mandzukic thought the approach came too late and would have preferred a little more time to think about it.Juventus then ostracising him and attempting to send the Croatian to Qatar has given the 33 year old some clarity, and it’s now been reported for several weeks that he’d look positively on a move to Old Trafford.There’s even been suggestions he could move before the January window opens, enabling him to start training with Manchester United so he’s ready for when the registration period starts.Similar claims are being repeated constantly, and at the weekend TMW reported the Red Devils are ‘in pole position’ for the striker, but Juventus want €12m for their player.That seems a little high, especially given the striker’s situation in Turin right now.According to the weekend claims, Borussia Dortmund have, ‘in recent hours’ come into the picture. This could be a tactic to pressure the English club into offering what Juve would believe is a reasonable fee, and there’s no great hype about Dortmund interest in the German media.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSmart Tech TrendEveryone with Bad Vision Needs Those Revolutionary Adjustable Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥Undo