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About Connatix V67539 ADVERTISEMENT Agnelli has official ECA business in Baku ahead of the Europa League final (Picture: Getty)Juve already have a good relationship with Chelsea – having loaned Gonzalo Higuain to the Blues during the January window – and Agnelli had lunch with chairman Bruce Buck during his time in Baku.Although Sarri guided Chelsea to a third-place finish in the Premier League and two Cup finals, he failed to win over fans and the west London club were considering parting ways even before Juve’s interest materialised.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal According to Tuttosport, who have pictures of Agnelli at Baku’s Four Seasons Hotel, the two men greeted each other and spoke very briefly.AdvertisementAdvertisementWhile it is highly unlikely they discussed a possible move to Turin just hours before the biggest game of Sarri’s Chelsea tenure, Agnelli’s appearance at the Chelsea team hotel feels significant – it was his personal touch that persuaded Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid last summer.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityOfficially, the Juve chief is in Baku as part of his role as president of the ECA (European Club Association), with a meeting being held ahead of the match.Nevertheless, Chelsea are believed to be willing to negotiate Sarri’s exit just a year into his reign at the club, with talks planned for the day after the final. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 29 May 2019 12:36 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link341Shares Juventus chief Andrea Agnelli ‘greets’ Maurizio Sarri on morning of Europa League final Video Settings PLAY Full Screen The Chelsea boss is Juve’s top pick to succeed Max Allegri (Picture: Getty)Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli has been staying at the same Baku hotel as Chelsea and reportedly spoke briefly with Maurizio Sarri on Wednesday morning.The Chelsea manager – who blew up during his side’s final training session before facing Arsenal last night – is the one of the top targets to succeed Massimiliano Allegri as the next Juve boss.Although he insists his sole focus is on winning the Europa League, Sarri got a brief distraction when he bumped into Agnelli on the morning of the game.Esclusivo: #Juve, #Agnelli a #Baku da #Sarri! ⬇️ https://t.co/leksdbvP83— Tuttosport (@tuttosport) May 29, 2019 Comment Advertisement 1 min. story Advertisement
Gov. Wolf Joins Legislators, Advocates for Virtual Event on One-Year Anniversary of Clean Slate Automatic Sealing
Gov. Wolf Joins Legislators, Advocates for Virtual Event on One-Year Anniversary of Clean Slate Automatic Sealing SHARE Email Facebook Twitter June 30, 2020 Criminal Justice Reform, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf participated in a virtual event today to mark the one-year anniversary of Clean Slate automatic record sealing in Pennsylvania. The governor joined a Zoom panel with legislators and advocates for the event sponsored by Community Legal Services, The Clean Slate Initiative, Justice Action Network and Center for American Progress.“On this one-year anniversary of clean slate implementation, we celebrate the countless lives this law has changed all across the commonwealth,” Gov. Wolf said. “I’m proud that Pennsylvania is leading the way in second chances and excited to see our Clean Slate law serve as a national model for commonsense, bipartisan criminal justice reforms.”In 2018, Pennsylvania was the first in the nation to enact Clean Slate legislation, which expands criminal record sealing to include more types of offenses, including some first-degree misdemeanors, which can be sealed by filing petitions.The law also created an automated computer process to seal arrests that did not result in convictions within 60 days, summary convictions after 10 years, and some second and third-degree misdemeanor convictions if there are no subsequent misdemeanor or felony convictions for a period of 10 years after the time of conviction. The automatic sealing provision went into effect on June 28, 2019.During its first year of implementation, Clean Slate in Pennsylvania has automatically sealed 35 million records.The virtual panel, moderated by Justice Action Network president and executive director Holly Harris, focused on the bipartisan approach of Clean Slate and additional criminal justice reforms the state has enacted as well as proposed legislation that expand and eliminate obstacles for Clean Slate that could increase the number of cases automatically sealed.Here are the Clean Slate numbers-to-date in Pennsylvania:36,735 Individuals have had Clean Slate applied to a misdemeanor conviction.1,148,696 Individuals have had Clean Slate applied to their record. That includes misdemeanor convictions, summary convictions and non-conviction dispositions.2,062,108 offense tracking numbers have had Clean Slate applied to that arrest. That includes misdemeanor convictions, summary convictions and non-conviction dispositions.For more information on Clean Slate or to seek help in accessing the program, visit mycleanslatepa.com.Ver esta página en español.
Stuff co.nz 17 February 2016Family First Comment: Snap! This is what our report on child abuse and the failure of the smacking law last week said also: “The report cites Child Youth and Family’s statistics for child abuse and neglect as an example of particular concern, with a large gap between its recorded cases of abuse in 2014-15 and those recorded by police.”Government agencies are “inventing” new numbers and changing the definitions of targets to make their performance seem better, a damning report says.The Salvation Army says the organisations feel under pressure from the Government to come up with favourable results, creating an attitude where they “find any reason to celebrate success or progress”, regardless of their original goals.The charitable organisation’s State of the Nation report attacks the ways in which government agencies appear to be using targets, and the numbers behind them, in a “less than straightforward and reliable manner”.The report says agencies have been using a number of “subtle and ingenious approaches” to improve their performance against targets.They include changing the definitions behind indicators to make results appear better, “inventing new numbers” that are difficult to verify, and changing the way figures are reported without improving the reliability of information provided.“This can cause us to slip into a ‘moveable feast’ mentality, where we find any reason to celebrate success or progress, even though we have lost our sense of the purpose behind it all.”READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/76957685/government-agencies-inventing-numbers-to-meet-targets-says-report
The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.The Orange landed 2021 four-star forward Benny Williams on Thursday, one day after four-star 2020 center Frank Anselem committed to SU. Williams is SU’s first verbal commit for the 2021 class.Williams, who chose SU over Maryland, Georgetown and Miami, said in his Instagram decision video that he’s “excited to play for coach Boeheim in front of the best fans in the country in the greatest arena in college basketball.” Facebook Twitter Google+ A Potomac, Maryland native, Williams started playing basketball at the Bowie Boys and Girls Club. At St. Andrews Episcopal High School, he became his class’s best prospect in the state, according to 247 Sports.The 6-foot-8 small forward is the 47th ranked recruit overall in the 2021 class. Syracuse associate head coach Adrian Autry was the primary recruiter for both Williams and Anselem.“I think I can come in and impact the program right away and hopefully lead them to a national championship,” Williams told 247 Sports. Published on June 4, 2020 at 7:46 pm Contact Danny: email@example.com | @DannyEmerman Comments
Share Following an Extraordinary Assembly, Spanish trade association Jdigital has approved the appointment of Andrea Vota as the new director general.Vota, who’s appointment gained unanimous approval, is a consultant specializing in political stakeholder management and corporate communications. He has formerly worked for international Public Affairs firm Political Intelligence and as public affairs lead for German professional IT services provider CIRC.“I am very grateful to Jdigital for their confidence and I am very happy to be able to bring my knowledge and experience to the association at such a sensitive time for the sector,” said Vota.“The online gaming industry faces significant challenges for its survival, and that is why we at Jdigital will be fighting with all the resources available to improve any senseless decision that could harm a safe and fully regulated industry. avoiding the further destruction of jobs at a time of economic crisis like the one we live in.Vota will support Jdigital President Mikel López de Torre, representing the Spanish online gambling industry amid a changing regulatory landscape.The 2019 election of Spain’s PSOE-Podemos coalition government, saw the radical overhaul of Spain’s federal laws related to gambling advertising, implementing severe marketing restrictions across all media channels.This week, Jdigital sanctioned an appeal to the European Commission, stating that the government had breached European business laws, modifying amendments to its Royal Decree on Advertising, without formally informing licensed incumbents of changes.Vota concluded: “We have a fundamental challenge that is to protect the reputation of a self-regulated sector, which thanks to new technologies offers guarantees to users, consumers and, above all, to the vulnerable population.” StumbleUpon EGBA calls for enhanced collaboration on consumer rights August 11, 2020 Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Share Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Submit Related Articles
SAN ANTONIO — It did not take long for the Lakers to adjust to life without Kobe Bryant.With Bryant possibly out for the 2014-15 season because of a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, Lakers coach Byron Scott appeared to immediately prioritized development over bottom-line results. With the Lakers losing 99-85 to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday at AT&T Center, there was little focus on the team’s season-high seventh consecutive defeat and its lack of answers for the Spurs’ Tony Parker (17 points), Kawhi Parker (15 points), Manu Ginobili (15 points) and Tim Duncan (14 points). Instead, most of the focus centered on Scott’s eighth starting lineup that featured rookie guard Jordan Clarkson, who posted a career-high 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting, four assists and one turnover in 28 minutes in his first career start. Yet, Scott maintained he would have started Clarkson over Ronnie Price and Jeremy Lin even if Bryant stayed healthy.“We haven’t just scrapped the season and said let’s just try to develop our young guys,” Scott said. “We are still going to try and win basketball games. That’s the bottom line.”The Lakers (12-32) did not satisfy the bottom line, though they furthered their chances to keep their top-five protected draft pick. The team has the NBA’s fourth-worst record. “I thought I’d give Ronnie more of a look,” Scott said. “I know what Jeremy can do. The next game, it might be different.”Either way, it became an inevitable storyline. Lin has averaged 10.5 points on 43.6-percent shooting along with 4.5 assists in 25.7 minutes per game this season. But Scott has lamented about Lin’s inconsistency with his aggressiveness and playmaking. Lin will also become a free agent after the Lakers acquired him in a salary dump from Houston.“He just has to keep doing the things he was doing when he was playing,” Scott said of Lin. “It’s not like I’m not going to play him again. It’s more of a case of changing the lineup.”As for Clarkson? After San Antonio opened the game with nine straight points, Clarkson scored the team’s first four on a 19-foot jumper and a layup. In the third quarter, Clarkson converted a three-point play on a 3-on-1 fast break. Clarkson also sat by his locker before the game watching film on his laptop. “I’m just going to come back and go to work next day,” Clarkson said. “If I get another opportunity, I’m just going to play hard and try to do the same thing and put together a good game and get a win.” But the Lakers found positive signs with Clarkson’s emergence after he averaged 4.9 points on 38.8 percent shooting in 12.2 minutes through 21 appearances.“I am very happy with the way Jordan played,” Scott said. “He just looked like he was very poised and the moment wasn’t too big for him.”This all took place in Clarkson’s hometown, where he previously starred as a three-year letter-winner at Wagner High School. “It means a lot,” said Clarkson, who had 10 to 15 family members watching. “Hopefully I’m in the league for 10 to 15 years and I can look back and say my first start was at home.”Meanwhile, Price went scoreless on four shot attempts in 19 minutes. Lin did not appear because of a coach’s decision, the first time that happened in three years. Lin talked to one reporter afterwards, though most of the media was not informed the Lakers’ locker room was open during Scott’s press conference. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Frank Gore has found a new home with the Bills.The team announced the move Wednesday when the new league year began. Ready for his 15th NFL season. RB Frank Gore has agreed to terms!Free agency tracker: https://t.co/5ltNsecVRU pic.twitter.com/IFq5dpAlu2— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) March 13, 2019Buffalo didn’t disclose the amount, but early reports have said it will be good for $2 million.Bills have agreed with Frank Gore on a 1-year, $2 million deal, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 11, 2019Gore, 35, is entering his 15th NFL season. The deal makes him the oldest running back under contract. Related News The five-time Pro Bowl player was selected by the 49ers in the third round as the 65th overall pick of the 2005 draft. He spent a decade in San Francisco before three seasons in Indianapolis.The Bills offense is getting a complete revamp as they have also added wide receivers Cole Beasley and John Brown. Now, the Bills will have the three oldest rushers ahead of the new season. Gore will join LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory — both 30 years old — in Buffalo. Gore, who just finished a one-year stint in Miami, suffered a sprained foot in Week 15 and was ruled out for the rest of the season. He finished 2018 with 722 rushing yards, and it was the first time in his career he did not record a rushing touchdown. NFL free agency news: Former Cowboys WR Cole Beasley signs with Bills
By Stephen DienerIn a short but historic press conference, President Trump shocked everyone by announcing his Presidential order to immediately open all houses of worship throughout the country, despite governor’s orders, and to deem them all as essential services.This includes all mosques, synagogues, and churches.Trump made this announcement during an unplanned press conference earlier this afternoon to a surprised press corps who did not expect to see him today.During the announcement, Trump said that he was disgusted by the actions of some governors to deem liquor stores and abortion clinics as essential services, but refuse to open churches at the same time. He said that the country needs more prayer, not less.He went on to say that if any governor has a problem that they can call him directly with their concerns, but he said he does not expect it to be a “productive call.”The President reiterated his order to have all houses of worship immediately opened before leaving the podium without taking any questions.