View post tag: Normally View post tag: europe View post tag: Syrian Russian Navy’s technical maintenance base in Syrian port Tartus operates as usual, there are no need to evacuate personnel and equipment, a spokesman of Russian General Staff told Interfax-AVN on Sept 4.“Indeed, deployment plan of the Russian Navy task force implied possible evacuation of Russian staff from Tartus. With this end in view, Russian landing ships called in Tartus early in Aug to refuel and replenish supplies. However, neither people nor equipment were taken aboard“, said the interviewee.He specified that the plan was made for the case of aggravation in Syrian crisis. It was supposed to evacuate people, arms, documents, and valuable equipment to Novorossiysk. “The rest things were to be destroyed by a special-purpose team“, the spokesman said.[mappress]Press Release, Septembar 6, 2012 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy September 6, 2012 Back to overview,Home naval-today Russian Navy’s Syrian Port Operates Normally View post tag: Operates Russian Navy’s Syrian Port Operates Normally View post tag: Russian View post tag: port Share this article
Mayor Jay Gillian Dear Friends,The city administration presented a proposed five-year capital plan to City Council last night. The presentation lays out a tentative schedule for improvements to roads, drainage, the beach, bay, boardwalk, public buildings, open space, recreational facilities and more. I encourage everybody to take a look at the plan. A copy of the presentation and related documents are available at www.ocnj.us/projects.Council will consider our proposal and listen to feedback before voting on accepting it next month. The plan commits more than $100 million to tackling long-overdue projects in every part of the island. It’s a lot of money, but I’m confident that the plan is responsible. Our AA bond rating, low interest rates and our growing ratable base make this an ideal time to invest in these infrastructure improvements. Most importantly, the work will contribute to the quality of life we’ve all come to expect in Ocean City.I want to let everybody know that the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife will be on the Ocean City Municipal Golf Course next week as part of a study on the migration patterns of the Atlantic brant. Their research will involve trapping and tagging the waterfowl with transmitters, but none of the birds will be harmed.Finally, I ask you all to vote for Ocean City in Coastal Living magazine’s “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns” contest. These types of online polls are increasingly popular with organizations and publications, and they remain a great source of publicity for our town and its businesses. Please take a few seconds to vote at www.coastalliving.com/happytowns2018 .I hope you all have a great weekend.Warm regards,Jay A. GillianMayor
Improve, the food and drink sector skills council, wants to see employers’ own training programmes recognised as part of a new framework governing vocational qualifications across the industry.It is currently negotiating with employers and training provi-ders on ways to update in-house schemes to make them the basis for National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) and Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs).The move follows consultation from Improve with employers on how to make NVQs and SVQs more flexible and more relevant to the workplace. It would mean employers’ own tailor-made in-house training programmes could be used as a basis for universally-recognised qualifications, with government funding on offer for the training they provide.At present, 80% of training within the food and drinks sector occurs in-house, but only 15% leads to an externally accredited qualification. Jack Matthews, chief executive of Improve, said: “In the food and drink industry we have had a rather chaotic situation where dissatisfaction with the structure of vocational qualifications has led to different employers running different training courses in isolation from one another. This has contributed to a perceived shortage of skills that can transfer from job to job, and in some cases has posed a barrier to career progression for employees.”
Facebook Elkhart closes pool and spray park over virus concerns Twitter Pinterest Google+ Facebook Pinterest Twitter Previous articleNew rules for reserving hunts on public lands due to coronavirusNext articleIndiana officially in a heat wave Tommie Lee WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market The City of Elkhart has made the decision to close the Pierre Moran Pool and McNaughton Spray Park.The city’s Municipal Government says the decision wasn’t easy but they know it’s the right one for Elkhart.The closure is an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, which has made a big impact in Elkhart County in recent weeks.The city also praised the efforts of the Parks & Recreation staff who took measures to make those facilities as safe as possible. By Tommie Lee – July 7, 2020 0 291
On what would have been Jerry Garcia’s 74th birthday, it was guitarist Warren Haynes who had the unique role of throwing the late Grateful Dead member a birthday party for the ages. Haynes, who has performed with the living members of the Grateful Dead on many occasions, has been touring a Symphonic Tribute to the late great Garcia. Last night, Haynes brought that concept to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, with some added significance for the momentous occasion.Not only is Red Rocks itself celebrating 75 years of existence, but the venue also hosted the Dead for numerous performances during their career. The parallels continued, as Haynes made history by playing Garcia’s guitar Tiger publicly, for the first time since the Grateful Dead’s final performance in 1995. Of course, the majority of the Dead’s Red Rocks performances were during the period when Tiger was used predominantly, from 1979-1989. Adding to the occasion was the presence of Melvin Seals, a member of Jerry Garcia’s band and another torch bearing troubadour in the Grateful Dead community. Seals has performed with JGB for many years since Garcia’s passing, and even recently made his Phil Lesh & Friends debut earlier this year. Naturally, Haynes was playing guitar with the band for those performances at the Capitol Theatre.The Red Rocks performance featured three full sets of music, including two with the Colorado Symphony and a special third set with just the core band members. Haynes has assembled a top notch lineup for these tributes, including drummer Jeff Sipe, bassist Lincoln Schleifer, and vocalists Jasmine Muhammad and Jacklyn LaBranch. The band opened with a towering “Dark Star” instrumental and worked through two sets and an encore with the Symphony, letting loose on an array of Grateful Dead songs. The third and final set was more of a JGB tribute, with Melvin Seals helping to lead the charge. The band also welcomed Dave Bruzza and Anders Beck of Greensky Bluegrass for the finale, a charged two-song punch of “Don’t Let Go” and “Deal.”You can watch highlights from the performance below, courtesy of Jerry Garcia on Facebook on YouTube user Jeremiah Rogers. The full setlist can also be seen at the bottom of the article, as reported by Philzone member gilman. Enjoy!Dark Star InstrumentalBird Song/Crazy FingersPatchwork QuiltI’m A Road RunnerStop That TrainThat’s What Love Will Make You Doiframe></p><p><strong><em>Fire On The Mountain</em></strong></p><p><iframe style=”border: none; overflow: hidden;” src=”https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fjerrygarciaofficial%2Fvideos%2F858346720965043%2F&show_text=0&width=400″ width=”560″ height=”315″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”>LoserDon’t Let Go (w/ Dave Bruzza and Anders Beck of Greensky)Setlist: Warren Haynes Symphonic Celebration at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, COSet One: Dark Star Instrumental>Bird Song>Crazy Fingers, Shakedown Street, China Cat Sunflower, Scarlet Begonias, Morning Dew Set Two: Uncle John’s Band>West LA Fade Away, Black Peter>Drums>Touch Of Grey, Space>Blues For Allah>Terrapin Station>Slipknot>Terrapin Refrain>Terrapin Station Encore With Symphony: Patchwork Quilt, Ripple Set Three: Jam, Roadrunner, Stop That Train, That’s What Love Will Make You Do*, Fire On The Mountain*, Loser, The Harder They Come>Tough Mama>Don’t Let Go^>Deal^ *acc by Chris Daniels ^acc by Greensky Bluegrass guys
– SHOW INFO –Artist: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe w/ Special Guest Donald HarrisonVenue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Saturday, April 29thPrice: $36adv / $40dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 9pm / Show 10pmThe Nth Power Presents “WAKE UP & LIVE: The Music of Bob Marley” – One Eyed JacksLast year, local heroes The Nth Power took the tribute concept to another level, inviting a huge mix of top-shelf special guests to One Eyed Jacks for a tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire, a project that was appropriately dubbed “Earth, Wind & Power.“ The show received rave reviews, as the band and special guests Oteil & Kofi Burbridge, Skerik, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, and James Casey tore up a bevy of classic hits and beloved deep cuts, performing each song with precision and perfection. “Earth, Wind & Power” is back at Jazz Fest this year, by popular demand.Now, The Nth Power has announced their next great Jazz Fest tribute. After having shown off their impressive talent with “Earth, Wind & Power,” fans in New Orleans should be excited to learn about “WAKE UP & LIVE: The Music of Bob Marley.” The show, which once again will go down at One Eyed Jacks, will take place on Saturday, April 29th as a late night show. It will feature The Nth Power alongside special guests Cyril Neville, Raja Kassis of Antibalas, Skerik, Weedie Braimah, Shira Elias of Turkuaz, Rob Marscher of Jennifer Hartswick Band, Andrew “Da Phessah” Baham of Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Boyd from Phantom Vanity, and Adam Joseph.– SHOW INFO –Artist: The Nth Power Presents “WAKE UP & LIVE: The Music of Bob Marley”Venue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Price: $25adv / $30dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 1:00 AM / Show 2:00 AM (technically early AM 4/30)Sunday, April 30thFu*k 2016: A Tribute To Musicians We Lost – The Howlin’ Wolf2016 was one of the most upsetting years on record, as we lost so many amazing artists over the course of twelve months. Of course, New Orleans is the perfect place to pay tribute to these artists, and Jazz Fest is the perfect time. Dubbed Funk 2016: A Tribute To Musicians We Lost, the tribute will explore the musical gifts all of the amazing artists we lost last year, such as Prince, David Bowie, George Michael, Maurice White, Phife Dawg, and more. While we’re glad the year is over, it’s time to look back and celebrate these wonderful artists.To pay tribute to these amazing musical icons, we’re bringing together Michaelangelo Carubba, Shira Elias, and Craig Brodhead from Turkuaz, Joey Porter, Garrett Sayers, and Lyle Divinsky of The Motet, and Khris Royal and Maurice “Mobetta” Brown for an all-star tribute known as Fu*k 2016! Also slated to appear at this show is D.J. Williams of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Danny Mayer of the Eric Krasno Band, Steveland Swatkins of Allen Stone‘s band, and Turkuaz’s pink-haired vocalist Sammi Garett. The Turkuaz Horns will also be on hand to complete one of the most badass horn sections we can imagine.The Revivalists side project RumpleSTEELskin will open the night, while Brooklyn’s own The London Souls will perform a special super-late-night performance in The Den immediately following the Fu*k 2016 tribute set. Make no mistake, this is sure to be one of the biggest throwdowns during Jazz Fest!Tickets for this special late-night performance are on sale NOW at this link!SHOW INFO –Artist: Fu*k 2016: A Tribute To Artists We Lost featuring members of Turkuaz and The Motet w/ Support from RumpleSTEELskin + The London Souls (late night in The Den)Venue: Howlin’ Wolf – 907 S. Peters Street – New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Sunday – April 30th, 2017Price: $25adv / $35dosAges: 18+Tickets: Click HereTuesday, May 2ndEarth, Wind & Power / All Brothers Band / Organ Freeman – The Howlin’ WolfOn Tuesday, May 2nd, The Nth Power will bring together a slew of special guests to re-create their epic tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire tribute known as “Earth, Wind & Power”. This show was a smash hit at Jazz Fest last year, and received rave reviews at this year’s Brooklyn Comes Alive festival. It’s a euphoric tribute that dives deep into the catalog of Earth, Wind & Fire, as the band delivers deep cuts alongside some of the band’s mega-hits. The Nth Power has organized a ton of special guests for this show, with Rashawn Ross of Dave Matthews Band, Skerik, Weedie Braimah, Farnell Newton, and Drew Sayers and Lyle Davinsky of The Motet all joining in on the fun.Earth, Wind & Power will be joined by Oteil and Kofi Burbridge and Neal and Alan Evans, also known as the All Brothers Band. This is another band that made waves at Brooklyn Comes Alive, as well as up-and-coming funk act Organ Freeman. The Brothers collaborated for an EP earlier this year, though they’ve yet to present this project for public ears, but you can expect smooth layers of funk and jazz throughout the improv-heavy set. Oteil and Kofi will be playing double duty on this night, as both of them will also make appearances during Earth, Wind & Power’s headlining set.The ambitious and aggressive funk of Organ Freeman will add to this powerhouse bill as the opening act. Organ Freeman is fueled by the trio of guitarist Erik Carlson, drummer Rob Humphreys and organist Trevor Steer, and should immediately be put on your radar if it isn’t already.Additionally, a number of awesome musicians will gather in The Den to pay tribute to Allen Toussaint. The band, known as the “Allen Toussaint Jukebox,” will feature a full set of music from the prodigious songwriter’s illustrious career. The band will consist of Shira Elias and Michelangelo Carubba from Turkuaz, Sasha Brown from Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, Joe Tatton from The New Mastersounds, and Eric Vogel from the Nigel Hall Band.Tickets for this special late-night performance go on-sale NOW at this link!SHOW INFO –Artist: Earth Wind & Power / All Brothers Band / Organ Freeman, w/ Allen Toussaint Jukebox (in The Den)Venue: Howlin’ Wolf – 907 S. Peters Street – New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Tuesday – May 2nd, 2017Price: $27.50adv / $35dosAges: 21+Tickets: Click HereWednesday, May 3rdThe Daze Between Band – One Eyed JacksThe “Daze Between Band,” boasts an impressive lineup of players from across the musical spectrum. Guitar master Eric Krasno is on the bill, as is Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge. Widespread Panic‘s Duane Trucks will be on drums, Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis will be on keys, and Scott Metzger will fill the second guitar slot, a role he currently occupies in Joe Russo’s Almost Dead. When it comes to Jazz Fest, this is simply as good as it gets. The band will be joined by DJ Soul Sister, who will set the mood with an opening set. The band also expects a few surprise guests to join them throughout the evening.See below for full info for this show with the “Daze Between Band” featuring Eric Krasno, Oteil Burbridge, Duane Trucks, Danny Louis, and Scott Metzger.– SHOW INFO –Artist: The Daze Between Band featuring Eric Krasno, Oteil Burbridge, Duane Trucks, Danny Louis & Scott MetzgerVenue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017Price: $35adv / $40dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 11:00 PM / Show 12:00 AM (technically early AM 5/4)Megawatt: Afro-Dub Soundclash – One Eyed JacksA few years ago, Luke Quaranta of Toubab Krewe decided that it was time to put the spotlight on West African music, and from that seed, JuJu Fest was born. JuJu Fest is a world music mini-festival-within-a-festival concept that takes place across the city of New Orleans during the ten days.This year, one show in particular tops the bill with a killer lineup and an awesome theme. Raja Kassis, guitar player of modern Afrobeat legends Antibalas (and co-founder of JuJu Fest) reached out to Borahm Lee (Break Science, Pretty Lights) and Josh Werner (Original Matisyahu band, Lee Scratch Perry, Wu-Tang Clan), two long time friends who all share a storied history playing Dub and Reggae music together, to create Megawatt: Afro-Dub Soundclash. This will certainly be an incredible night of dub, reggae and afro vibes that will hit The Maison on Wednesday, May 3rd. Joining them will be modern jazz/funk legend Adam Deitch (Lettuce, Break Science), master percussionist Weedie Braimah, local sax hero Khris Royal, and trumpet master Maurice “Mobetta” Brown. As if it couldn’t get any better, Megawatt will be fronted on vocals by none other than Bajah, a superstar in Sierra Leone affectionately know back home as the “Lyrical Bomber.” Bajah has been a frequent guest in years past of such acts as Break Science, Talib Kweli and The Roots, to name a few.– SHOW INFO –Artist: Megawatt feat. Raja Kassis, Luke Quaranta, Adam Deitch, Borahm Lee, Josh Werner, Weedie Braimah, Bajah, Khris Royal & Maurice “Mobetta” BrownVenue: The Maison – 508 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116Date: Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 (technically early AM May 4th)Price: $20adv / $25dosTickets: Click HereTime: Doors 12:30am / Show 1:00amSunday, May 7thZigaboo’s 19th Annual Funk Revue + Michael Jackson vs. Stevie Wonder w/ Organ Freeman – The Howlin’ WolfOn the final night of Jazz Fest, legendary drummer and co-founder of The Meters, Zigaboo Modeliste, will put on his 19th annual “Zigaboo’s Funk Revue” at the Howlin’ Wolf. The show will bring together some of the best special guests that the Big Easy has to offer for a funk music extravaganza that has become a quintessential part of Jazz Fest.Right after Zigaboo’s set, the powerhouse combination Adam Deitch, Eric “Benny” Bloom, and other musicians from the Lettuce family will come together once again for their special Michael Jackson vs. Stevie Wonder tribute set. Making its third consecutive appearance at Jazz Fest, this awesome show will honor the classic catalogs of two of music’s most prodigious talents. The legendary Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder are artists whose music goes hand in hand with everything that the fest is about, namely music, celebration, and love.Organ Freeman will also be performing a super-late-night set in The Den after MJ vs. Stevie finishes up.Tickets for this special late-night performance are on sale NOW at this link!SHOW INFO –Artist: Zigaboo’s 19th Annual Funk Revue / MJ vs. Stevie Tribute / Organ FreemanVenue: Howlin’ Wolf – 907 S. Peters Street – New Orleans, LA 70130Date Sunday – May 7th, 2017Price: $25adv / $35dosAges: 21+Tickets: Click HereSee you in New Orleans! The 2017 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is just around the corner, and we are so excited to announce our lineup of late-night shows for this year’s festivities! This year, Live For Live Music is making The Howlin’ Wolf it’s home base, with four awesome shows that are sure to keep you on your feet until the early hours of the morning. We’ve brought together some of the best players in the game to present some of the most eclectic lineups for a special Late-Nite After Jazz Fest series of performances.See below for full details on all four shows, including special guests, how to buy tickets, and more. See you in New Orleans!Saturday, April 29thBreak Science Live Band / The Russ Liquid Test / The Werks – The Howlin’ Wolf On Saturday, April 29th, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee’s Break Science will team up with members of Lettuce for a night of funky electronic hip-hop beats. Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, Eric “Jesus” Coomes, and The Shady Horns’ Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis round out the live band lineup, giving this show an all-star cast that will deliver the ultimate New Orleans dance party.Break Science Live Band will be joined by local heroes The Russ Liquid Test, who released their 80’s-infused electro/funk album 1984 to critical acclaim in October 2016. Russ Liquid teams up with producer and accomplished brass player Russell Scott, guitarist Andrew Block, and drummer Deven Trusclair to deliver a groove-oriented sound that evokes the classic funk/soul/R&B stylings, but with a futuristic spin that compliments the evolution of each genre.The Werks will join in on the fun with two sets in The Den, between sets and after Break Science Live Band to keep the party going deep into the night.Tickets for this special late-night performance are on sale now at this link!SHOW INFO –Artist: Break Science Live Band w/ The Russ Liquid Test + The Werks (in The Den)Venue: Howlin’ Wolf – 907 S. Peters Street – New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Saturday – April 29th, 2017Price: $25adv / $35dosTickets: Click HereTime: Doors 10 pm / Show 11 pmKarl Denson’s Tiny Universe w/ Donald Harrison – One Eyed JacksKarl Denson is a Jazz Fest icon. His late-night shows in New Orleans always bring the heat, and you never know who might join him when he and his Tiny Universe take the stage during one of their infamous late night performances. This year, Denson will bring his brand of power-funk to One Eyed Jacks on Saturday, April 29th for a memorable weekend 1 show, and he’s just announced the addition of local saxophone legend Donald Harrison as a special guest for the performance.Harrison, who’s known as the “King of Nouveau Swing,” is more known in jazz circles for combining traditional New Orleans music with R&B, Hip-Hop, Soul, and Rock. His addition to this show should leave brass fans salivating, as two of the most innovative and talented saxophonists will hit the stage together for a unique pairing that will inevitably make for a memorable night. Denson often throws fun covers into his set, so we can only imagine what surprises are in store when Harrison and Denson combine forces.
Researchers have long known that lab animals’ behavior can be manipulated by artificially stimulating their natural instincts. Over-stimulating animals can provoke such extreme responses that they end up preferring artificial objects to the natural ones for which the instincts were designed.Humans living in modern society are something like those lab animals, a Harvard psychology professor says. Like them, our innate instincts are overstimulated by unnatural products, as well as by advertising and images. And, like them, we respond almost unconsciously: reaching for more food, Web-surfing for porn, dumping time and money on “cute” toys, sitting for hours in front of televisions, and sending troops to fight a dehumanized “them.”The difference between lab animals and us, however, is that overstimulation for animals isn’t present in nature. It can really only be found in the laboratory. If an animal escapes to its natural environment, it will return to natural stimuli and responses. For people, however, because we live in an artificial world of our own making, escaping those stimuli is not so easy.But Deirdre Barrett, assistant clinical professor of psychology in Harvard Medical School’s Psychiatry Department, says that doesn’t mean there’s no hope for us.Barrett, author of the new book “Supernormal Stimuli: How Primal Urges Overran Their Evolutionary Purpose,” says the first step is to understand what’s happening to us. Instincts and urges honed for hundreds of thousands of years to keep us alive in a world of scarcity are being subverted in the modern era of plenty. People are bombarded by food that they crave, tempted by seductive images, and urged to buy products designed to appeal to specific wants, regardless of need.In her book, Barrett examines the history of research into supernormal stimuli, describing early behavioral experiments on birds and fish. In one, birds whose eggs were lightly speckled fell off as they tried to incubate ridiculously large, boldly polka-dotted fakes. In another, red-bellied male fish fought off artificial red-painted lures even when they didn’t look much like fish.These outsized prods to normal instincts are called “supernormal stimuli,” and Barrett believes they’re present in our world today, sometimes quite intentionally, prodding us to buy and consume and do. It’s an easy sell, in many cases, because the stimuli give us a push to do things we’re already inclined toward.Pornography, she said, subverts instincts intended for mating with people. Stuffed animals, dolls, and cartoon characters manipulate people’s preprogrammed affinity for childlike “cuteness.” She also looks at obesity, war, business, television, and even intellectual pursuits.Though supernormal stimuli are not universally related to problems, Barrett said many of the episodes in her book do fall into that category. Understanding ourselves and the reasons we feel as we do, Barrett said, is the first step in overriding our instincts, in our being able to resist the siren song of the Big Mac.She also recommended new government regulation to help limit supernormal stimuli, particularly in areas where public health may be at risk, and to “put normal back into our lives.” It might be easier to eat healthier foods, she said, if we lived in a food environment where we weren’t blasted by ads for “supernormal foods.”
First up, get rid of that piggy bank.No one intends to raise spoiled brats, but it’s sometimes hard to see the consequences of your actions several years down the road.Ron Lieber, personal finance columnist for The New York Times, offers his advice on the subject in his new book The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous and Smart about Money.Here are his eight most practical tips:Hand out on a regular allowance.Commit to doling out the funds once a month or once a week, and offer raises on birthdays.But there’s a catch: Allowance money shouldn’t be given to children as a reward for chores completed. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Reds traded Chris Heisey to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for RHP Matt Magill on Tuesday night.Heisey, who turns 30 on December 14, has spent his entire professional career with the Reds. He was selected by Cincinnati in the 17th round of the 2006 first-year player draft and appeared in 543 games for the Reds, primarily as an outfielder and pinch hitter.In 119 games last season, he had a .222 batting average with eight home runs and 22 RBI’s.Magill, 25, in 2014 went 7-6 with a 5.21 ERA in 36 appearances and 12 starts for Triple-A Albuquerque. The 6’3” pitcher appeared in six games for the Dodgers in 2013 posting a 6.51 ERA“We are excited to be adding a player with a power arm who has a chance to help our club next season,” Jocketty said in a statement.In other transactions today, the Reds did not offer 2015 contracts to RHP Logan Ondrusek or RHP Curtis Partch.
Super Eagles goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho, has been transferred to Apoel FC. No details on the amount of the operation, but the goaltender signed a three-year deal with the Cypriot club. Uzoho was on loan from Deportivo de La Coruña, as a goalkeeper. After making his debut for the club, concerns were raised about his health certificate. As a result, Anorthosis Famagusta were deducted 9 points, which they appealed. The club’s deduction appeal was rejected, although Uzoho’s appeal against his personal penalty of a one-match ban and €1,000 fine was successful. In July 2019 he returned on loan to Cyprus, this time with Omonia. He said he hoped his return to the country would be positive. Uzoho represented Nigeria under-17s at the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup. Aged only 14, he was an immediate backup to Dele Alampasu. In October 2017 Uzoho received his first call-up to the Nigerian senior squad. He made his full international debut on 14 November, replacing Daniel Akpeyi in a 4–2 friendly win against Argentina. read also:Uzoho wants move to bigger European club He was named in Nigeria’s 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. By that time he was considered Nigeria’s first-choice goalkeeper. He withdrew from the national squad in November 2018 due to injury. He was a squad member at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. Uzoho was in goal for Nigeria in the 3rd place match against Tunisia. In October 2019 he suffered a ligament injury in a friendly match against Brazil and underwent surgery in November 2010. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhat Our Favorite Celebs Look Like With Their Natural Hair Color7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks20 “The Big Bang Theory” Moments Only A Few Fans Knew About6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBest Car Manufacturers In The World Loading… He started his career from Africa when he joined the Senegal branch of Aspire Academy in 2013, at aged 14; initially a forward, he was converted into a goalkeeper after being deemed “too slow” at the age of 12. In 2016, after impressing on a tournament in Barcelona, he joined Deportivo de La Coruña’s Juvenil squad. Age rules meant that Uzoho could only become available to sign a contract with Dépor in January 2017; shortly after signing his contract, he started to train with the first team. Promoted to the reserve team ahead of the 2017–18 season, he made his senior debut on 10 September by starting in a 3–0 Segunda División B home win against Real Madrid Castilla. Uzoho made his first-team – and La Liga – debut on 15 October 2017, starting in a 0–0 away draw against SD Eibar. At the age of 18 years and 352 days, he became the youngest ever foreign goalkeeper to debut in La Liga, and the second-youngest player to appear in the league during the campaign, only behind Real Madrid’s Achraf Hakimi. On 24 August 2018, Uzoho renewed his contract for three seasons and was immediately loaned to the Segunda División side Elche CF for one year. In February 2019 he moved on loan to Cypriot club Anorthosis Famagusta, in the search for more first-team football in the run-up to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.