first_imgChelsea manager Jose Mourinho (right) and Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic.Matic becomes the latest Red Devil. But how many more have donned the Blue and Red colours of Chelsea and Manchester United?Manchester United on Monday confirmed the signing of Serbian international midfielder, Nemanja Matic, from Chelsea for a fee believed to be in the region of £40million. The midfielder joins a growing list of players to have played for both Chelsea and Manchester. Dami Ugbane profiles five players who at different point in their careers have been Blues and Red Devils.Mark Bosnich: The Australian goalkeeper had two different playing spells with Manchester United (1989-1991) and (1999-2001). He was a highly talented and rated goalkeeper, but drug related problems were his Achilles heels. He was signed as a replacement by Sir Alex Ferguson for the departed Peter Schmeichel and enjoyed a great spell in between the sticks in United’s title winning campaign in 2000, appearing 23 times. The arrival of French world cup winning goalkeeper, Fabien Barthez, saw him failing to make a single appearance for the Red Devils, hence a switch to west London, signing for Chelsea. He made five appearances for the Blues before failing a drug test which subsequently saw the club terminate the contract of the player.Juan Sebastian Veron: Juan Sebastian Veron was one of the most sought after footballers in the late 90’s and turn of the new millennium. After several seasons in the Italian Serie A, churning out eye catching performances, he forced the hands of Manchester United to pay a huge transfer fee to SS. Lazio in 2001. He failed to recapture his best form in Manchester as he struggled with the pace, physicality and the English language. After two years, Chelsea, backed by the superior financial power of Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich, signed the talented playmaker but he failed to repay their faith in him, departing the west London club just after a solitary season.Juan Mata: Juan Mata whose name literally translates to ‘Johnny Kills’ in English was an instant hit with Chelsea fans following his £24million transfer from Valencia. He netted on his league debut against Norwich City as a substitute, going on to capture the Chelsea player of the Year award 2012 and 2012, both seasons the club coincidentally won the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League titles. The arrival of Jose Mourinho in 2013 saw him publicly declare Mata wasn’t his preferred number 10 heading into the new season. Mata struggled in an uncomfortable position wide on the right, as he constantly failed to perform his defensive duties which led to Mourinho dropping him to the bench, much to the dissatisfaction and frustration of the player. A successful £37million bid from Manchester United saved the playmaker from his nightmares. Interesting, both Mourinho and Mata re-united in 2016 at Manchester United and the pair seem to have settled whatever difference might have come up in the past, the player though failing to recapture his Chelsea form, gaining adequate playing time under Mourinho at Manchester United.Radamel Falcao: Radamel Falcao joined Manchester United on a season loan deal from Monaco, nine months after a season ending injury denied him a debut appearance at the 2014 FIFAWorld Cup. His arrival was seen as the perfect foil the Red Devils needed in attack, but he failed to sparkle often finding himself marginalised by Louis van Gaal. A return of four Premier League goals wasn’t good enough for United to make the transfer permanent, hence he moved on another season loan to Chelsea with reduced wages the following season. He netted a solitary league goal against Crystal Palace, his season ending earlier than expected as a result of a combination of injuries, poor form and lack of faith from coaches.Romelu Lukaku: Chelsea thought they had signed the next big thing in world football, when they forked out £18million for 18-year-old forward, Romelu Lukaku. The striker wasn’t given the necessary confidence and game time by Andre Villas-Boas, hence he failed to make double digit Premier League appearance, even failing to make the UEFA Champions League roster. After developing into one of the most feared forwards in England, Manchester United paid a whooping £75million to secure the services of the forward, who links up at the Red Devils with good pal, Paul Pogba and the coach who sanctioned his departure from Chelsea, Jose Mourinho!RelatedManchester United Sign Serbian Midfielder Matic In £40m DealJuly 31, 2017In “England”Nemanja Matic Move To Old Trafford “Strange” – Manchester United LegendAugust 9, 2017In “England”Could the Bridge be falling?November 3, 2017In “Features”last_img

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first_imgSchenectady County currently shares 25 percent of its sales tax revenue with local governments. The majority of tax revenue goes to the Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority and the city of Schenectady.This rip-off has been going on for years, and local communities have been short-changed by the county Legislature. Tony Jansenski advised that the county faces its own challenges and doesn’t have to share sales tax revenue at all — “That’s not something we have to do.” We do it because the Legislature is sympathetic to the needs of the municipalities.It’s very upsetting to think that my town of Glenville relies on Mr. Jensenski’s sympathy for our town and others to share tax revenue distribution. Metroplex and the city of Schenectady have rebuilt the city of the backs and support of all communities.It appears that the county Legislature is throwing a bone to our communities with no meat attached. The response by Tony Jasenski only signals that there is no opportunity to move forward with change.Charles BrownGlenvilleMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes After reading the Sept. 10 regional news on sales tax distribution, I was appalled by the response of Tony Jansenski, chairman of the Schenectady County Legislature. Glenville town Supervisor Chris Koetzle provided the town’s position on sales tax distribution given to local communities who contribute to this revenue stream. Schenectady County now keeps 75 percent of sales tax money. Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinionlast_img

first_imgThe findings are based on OJK inquiries made this year so far, from which supervisory actions were issued on 15 securities companies, 24 investment managers, 14 issuers, one public accounting firm and one public accountant, said OJK acting deputy commissioner for capital market supervision Yunita Linda Sari.“Up to the middle of the year, the number of violations is approximately the same [as last year] but we haven’t reached the end of the year yet,” Yunita said during a live-streamed press conference on Wednesday. Without robust supervision, manipulation can make investors lose trust in the local bourse, which can negatively impact the government’s target of deepening the country’s capital market.Indonesia’s capital market is considered to be shallow at Rp 5.92 quadrillion (US$404.7 billion) in market capitalization as of Wednesday, a steep fall from 7.26 quadrillion in 2019, as foreign investors dumped Rp 17.5 trillion worth more stocks than they bought so far this year, according to IDX data. In regard to mitigating stock trading violations, the OJK stated that it was coming up with new initiatives, one of which was the proposed implementation of a disgorgement fund, in which violators would be instructed to return funds obtained through unlawful means. It also plans to increase market surveillance. “What we want to do is restore the balance of information so everyone in our capital market, be they issuers or investors, have the same playing field of information, so no one is harmed,” Yunita said, adding that the measures would eventually lead to the deepening of the capital market.Calls to improve customer protection against potential fraud in the financial services industry became louder following investment mismanagement scandals, like a recent case involving state-owned insurer PT Asuransi Jiwasraya.Jiwasraya has been accused of mismanagement and corruption after investing most of its premium revenue from the JS Saving Plan, one of the company’s insurance products, in pump-and-dump stocks. As a result, it failed to pay out Rp 18 trillion in matured policies due in May to policyholders.During the first quarter of the year, the OJK issued 184 written warnings, 192 fines, while freezing permission for two underwriter representatives (WPEE).It has also revoked the business license of seven brokerage securities (PPE) and six brokerage trader representatives (WPPE), according to OJK data published on July 8.Topics : False trading and stock price manipulation were among the most common violations found in the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), according to the Financial Services Authority (OJK).Other violations include the failure to meet regulatory requirements and breaking the professional code of conduct.False trading is when a person or company creates a false impression of the volume of trade done on the securities exchange.last_img

first_img65 Dove Tree Crescent, Sinnamon Park is seeking offers above $899,000. Picture: realestate.com.auThe four-bedroom home is near new and is on a 978sq m block of land.The home has views of distant mountain ranges and the interiors are of a contemporary style.A separate media room also has extra storage space and there are multiple living areas upstairs and downstairs.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago Inside one of the Dove Tree Crescent bedrooms at Sinnamon Park. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is an inground pool and a barbecue in the alfresco outdoor living area.Meanwhile a home at 40 Panorama St, Rochedale with five bedrooms and large living spaces has been listed for sale. It is in the Arise Estate and close to schools including Redeemer Lutheran College. 65 Dove Tree Crescent, Sinnamon Park. Picture: realestate.com.auIF you’re on the hunt for a new home, check out some of Brisbane’s newest large family home listings. 65 Dove Tree Crescent, Sinnamon Park has hit the market seeking offers from $899,000 plus buyers. The large home at 40 Panorama St, is close to schools. Picture: realestate.com.auThere are high ceilings in the entry and cedar wood accents throughout the home. On the lower level the lounge and living area leads out to a patio with an outdoor kitchen and barbecue area.A home at 21 Wolsey St, Sandgate has been listed seeking offers in the high $800,000s.The four-bedroom, two-storey house is on a 600sq m fully fenced block.center_img 21 Wolsey St, Sandgate. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is a formal entrance and the kitchen has a large butler’s pantry. Living areas are open plan and there is a study. The deck at 21 Wolsey St, Sandgate. Picture: realestate.com.aulast_img

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