Newcastle manager Alan Pardew admits he could lose Yohan Cabaye and has said the club must work on identifying a high-quality replacement for his influential French midfielder. Press Association Pardew thought his side were primed to pinch all three points in injury time when substitute Sammy Ameobi’s floated cross struck the inside of the post and bounced out for Yoan Gouffran, who somehow contrived to scoop the ball over the bar. Pardew added: “Sammy hit a great little cross and I thought it was in, then it came back on the wrong side for Gouffran – he’ll be sweating on the Christmas gaffes for misses of the season. “I think we looked a more disciplined and cohesive defensive unit but in the offensive areas you could tell we needed a few more options off the bench. “It would have been nice to have more senior players to bring on, but I can walk out of here fairly happy that we’ve put in a professional performance, if not a performance that we really wanted.” West Ham boss Sam Allardyce maintained his personal unbeaten record at St James’ Park since his departure as Newcastle boss, but like Pardew blamed a lack of sharpness up front for his side’s blank scoresheet. Allardyce said: “We’ve got to improve on that scenario – I watched Chelsea beat Aston Villa in midweek and they didn’t create as many chances as us today. “You’ve got to finish your chances off. It was great to keep a clean sheet again and these are great points for us, but we have got to start being more clinical in front of goal.” Allardyce had no complaints over Modibo Maiga’s disallowed goal in the last minute and admitted he feared the worst when Ameobi went within inches of winning it for the hosts in injury time. Allardyce added: “Zero shots on target [from Newcastle] away from home is a pretty good achievement in the Premier League, but I could have been sat here so sick had that fluke cross ended up in the back of the net. “So in the end I’m satisfied with a point and another clean sheet but we are disappointed that we didn’t take any of those very, very good chances.” Cabaye was once again sidelined for the grim goalless draw with West Ham at St James’ Park as transfer speculation continues to rage over Cabaye, with both Arsenal and Paris St Germain said to be preparing improved bids. Pardew said: “The situation is quite simple – we need to resolve the situation. We need to get ourselves in a position where if he stays, great, and if doesn’t stay we need to get someone equally as good.”
Robin van Persie ensured that the David Moyes era at Manchester United began with a trophy as Wigan were beaten in the FA Community Shield at Wembley.New United boss Moyes has spent most of his summer discussing the off-field future of Wayne Rooney, but back on the pitch it was last year’s top scorer Van Persie who again proved the difference.The Dutchman took just six minutes to open his account for the new season, steering a powerful header into the corner from Patrice Evra’s clipped cross. And while Championship side Wigan impressed for periods, Van Persie then settled the contest after the break when he fired in via a deflection.In truth, a victory against last season’s surprise FA Cup winners was the minimum required from Moyes’ meaningful debut in the United dugout as he began the ominous task of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson.And while his side looked sharp in spells – with veteran Ryan Giggs particularly impressive in the opening stages – Moyes may have been concerned by the ease with which Wigan controlled the ball either side of half-time. Owen Coyle’s team were comfortable during that period and had summer signings Grant Holt and James McClean linked up with more accuracy could have caused United more problems.Once Van Persie found a second goal for United though the game was won, leaving Moyes to contemplate his first managerial honour since guiding Preston North End to the Division Two title in 2000.The discussion will now inevitably return to the status of Rooney, who was deemed unfit to feature with a shoulder injury sustained in his sole pre-season run out for United, but fit enough to play at least some part for England back in this stadium on Wednesday against Scotland. United started like champions, with the first goal of the Moyes era coming from a predictable source.Van Persie started the move by spinning a pass out to Evra on the left wing before making his way into the area. Evra looked up and picked out the Dutchman who evaded his markers to power in a wonderful header from 15 yards. It was a fabulous finish and threatened to all but end the contest before it had really begun.For the following quarter of an hour Wigan – with Holt left increasingly isolated up front – were left chasing shadows as the impressive Wilfried Zaha, Giggs and Danny Welbeck interchanged at will behind Van Persie.But the storm was weathered by the Latics, who ended the half on top with McClean twice putting in testing balls across the face of goal which Holt could not reach.When David De Gea then flapped at a set-piece to allow Emmerson Boyce and then Leon Barnett a chance to head at goal Wigan will have felt hopeful of getting back into the game. And it was the Championship side who continued to set the agenda after the break until Van Persie struck again in the 59th minute. Again Evra started the move, linking with Cleverley on the left before finding Welbeck on the edge of the area. The England man could have shot but played it to Van Persie, who, despite having four defenders in close attendance, was able to turn on to his left foot and fire in a low shot which took a deflection off the heel of James Perch and wrong-footed Scott Carson.That signalled a comfortable end to proceedings, with both sides making changes and former Latics midfielder Antonio Valencia going closest to a third goal when he shot wide.United will face a sterner test at Swansea on Saturday, while for Wigan it is back to life in the second tier at Bournemouth.Wigan manager Owen Coyle:“We always knew that it would be a tough afternoon, we conceded an unbelievable finish. The header could only go in one place. But we had a good spell either side of it and United got a fortuitous second goal which finished the game. “We are trying to get back to playing these elite teams every week. We are building a good side here, I am still looking to add to that, though my chief executive may not want to hear that!“There is a lot we can take from today’s game. James McClean wants to focus on his football and he was pleasing on the eye. He caused them problems and could have scored.”Manchester United manager David Moyes:“I class that as another piece of silverware for Sir Alex. It was his team that won the league by 13-15 points so it’s his team. The ones going forward will be down to me.“Wilfried Zaha has done well in pre-season and it was right for him to feature today. He picked up an injury. We are looking forward to using him as the season goes on.”
“I’ve been around Pat ever since I came in the league,” said Harrell, whom Houston sent to L.A. with Beverley and six others in a trade for Chris Paul before the 2017-18 season.“I’ve seen him get up under the guy’s skin, just make it tough for them, make it a long night being in the pits. That’s what he’s good at. He knows who he is. He doesn’t try to do anything outside his self.”Rivers likes to tell of his first conversation with Beverley, a 2017 NBA All-Defensive first-teamer who once was a prolific scorer, averaging an Illinois-best 37.3 points as a senior at John Marshall Metropolitan High School – where he competed against Rivers’ alma mater.“He was in Houston and I’m standing like I do, never saying anything to the officials or anything,” Rivers recalled. “And all of a sudden he says, ‘We kicked Proviso East’s butt!’ I’m like, ‘What?’ ”“The story I tell all the time,” said second-year guard Tyrone Wallace, “is before my first year, summer training camp, I was getting a workout in with Sam (Cassell) and Pat was in here. We were going off ball screens, so I hop in the drill and I’m going off a ball screen, and Pat, he just finished his rep and he’s coming back around, and he hops right in front of me and slaps the ball out of my hand.“This is my first time, and I’m like, ‘Damn, man, is this guy crazy!? What the (heck)?’ And he’s like, ‘That’s what they gon’ do in the game.’ Typical Pat.“And now I’m careful how I’m coming off with the ball.”Related Articles Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory In the Clippers’ first-round Western Conference playoff series with the top-seeded Golden State Warriors, it’s Kevin Durant who’s got the best Patrick Beverley story, whether he appreciates it or not.“Pat Beverley … thinks he could beat Tyson in his prime in a fight,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said earlier this year, “which is stupid, but he believes that. And I think that rubs off on all our guys.”On Monday night in Oakland, the Clippers evened their best-of-seven series with the two-time defending champs at one game apiece thanks to an NBA playoff record 31-point comeback victory.Now they’re headed back to Staples Center for Game 3 on Thursday, where the Clippers’ 6-foot-1 professional pest will continue his ferocious, chest-to-chest defense on the 6-9 Durant.So far, Beverley’s managed not only to slow the 10-time All-Star, but he’s nudged him off-kilter.In Game 2, both players fouled out in the final minutes. With Beverley draped all over him, Durant finished with 21 points, took just eight shots and committed nine turnovers in nearly 35 minutes.In Saturday’s opener, Durant – a career 28.7 points-per-playoff game scorer – had 21 points when he and Beverley received matching sets of technical fouls, for which both were ejected.The assumption afterward was that Beverley was trying to bait Golden State’s superstar.“No, I was not,” he said. “I was just being Pat.”Jordan, the young Jenga champion, would vouch for that. So would anyone who’s stepped on a court with the 30-year-old – whether in Chicago, where Beverley grew up; in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he played college ball for a couple of years; in Dnipro, Ukraine, where he self-exiled himself to prepare for the NBA; and, as he waited his turn, in Athens, Greece and Saint Petersburg, Russia; and finally with the Rockets in Houston and now, here in L.A. LOS ANGELES — The nurse is growing concerned.“You cannot make those noises in a hospital,” she says to no one in particular.She’s in a hallway at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, hearing grunts and howls coming from a room in which a 14-year-old boy is in the process of taking down Patrick Beverley at Jenga.Beverley is not going quietly. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error On his second visit in a couple weeks to the Los Angeles hospital, the Clippers’ fiery guard and emotional leader has asked everyone in the party with him – Clippers staffers, hospital personnel and a trio of reporters – to stay outside while he spends extended, undistracted time with (read: competes against) Jordan, a kid from L.A. who’s stuck at the hospital with nothing much to do besides play Jenga.Beverley spends close to 30 intense minutes with Jordan. Through the open doorway, he can be seen circling the wobbly Jenga tower, mulling his moves, and whenever he successfully extracts a piece of the tower, pounding his chest like he would in the fourth (or first) quarter.But Jordan has been training, so he’s prepared for the world-class competitor. He outlasts Beverley, who sighs in defeat, shakes his opponents’ hand and tells him: “My dude, good game,” adding, “I don’t like to lose, bro.”Oh, they know. Everybody knows.Anyone who’s approached Patrick Beverley’s orbit has a story about the Chicagoan’s competitiveness, his maniacal drive and desire, which, when applied on a basketball court, can only be described as a skill, a talent: “You’re absolutely right about that! If it was easy, you’d see a bunch of Montrezl Harrells, but you just really don’t,” Beverley said. Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Beverley missed only four games (all losses) this season, after playing only 11 last season, when his Clippers debut was cut short by the arthroscopic surgery needed to repair a lateral meniscus in his right knee.Having to sit wasn’t fun, but the detail-oriented Beverley is better for spending months studying the game as a coach would, he said.“They give me lemons, I make lemonade,” said Beverley, who attends chapel before each game and is a regular source of locker room laughter, and who on Monday never ceased clenching his fists or clapping his palms, willing his team forward even with what should have been a deflating 31-point deficit looming over them.“He’s so important for us,” Rivers said afterward. “People get lost in some of his antics and stuff, but his spirit and his soul is so important for our team.” Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates
Liberia’s trade deficit is widening, the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) has declared. According to the CBL, the key driver of the country’s trade deficit is its huge import receipts, which is further exacerbated by its sole reliance on rubber and iron ore as its key export commodities. Total import payments rose by 19.7% to US$300.5 million, the Bank said.The problem facing the post-conflict economy can mostly be traced to the volatility of global prices of iron ore and rubber, which exposes the country to susceptible external shocks.In its third Quarter Financial &Economic Bulletin, the CBL acknowledged this as a troubling sign for the economy and immediately published a recommendation for the government to pursue a swift policy action aimed at widening the country’s export base towards non-traditional exports in order to reverse its sole dependence on iron ore and rubber.The Bank observed that the ongoing downward trend in global commodity prices continue to make commodity-exporting economies vulnerable to external shocks, as already reflected in Liberia’s export receipts in the last few quarters.The Bank also reported that at end-September, 2013, rubber and iron ore exports recorded a combined 81.1% of total export receipts from 78.1% at end-June, 2013; representing about 20.6% decline in combined iron ore and rubber export receipts to US$99.5 million at end-September, 2013 from US$125.4 million at end-June, 2013.The CBL noted that this decline largely accounted for the 23.5% decline in total merchandise export receipts.At end-September, 2013 merchandise export receipts had declined by 23.5% to US$122.8 million, from US$160.5 million at end-June, 2013.According to the CBL, this was largely on account of 19.6%, 23.2% and 33.9% declines in iron ore, rubber and non-iron ore and rubber export receipts during the review quarter relative to the preceding quarter.Amid this challenge, iron ore continues to overshadow rubber in the country’s export sector as the country’s primary export commodity.At end-September, 2013 iron ore accounted for 58.1% of total export receipts at the end of the preceding quarter.On an annualized basis, iron ore exports more than doubled by US$39.5 million to US$71.4 million at the end of the review quarter from US$31.9 million at end-September, 2012. Rubber export receipts fell by 23.2% to US$28.2 million during the quarter from US$36.6 million at end-June, 2013 accounting for 22.9% of total export receipts.Liberia’s Deteriorating Balance of PaymentsThe CBL has released a provisional statistics of Liberia’s overall balance of payments (BoP) highlighting a deficit of US$216.5 million. The statistics, which is curled from the Bank’s Third Quarter Economic &Financial Bulletin, is published the US$216.5 million from a revised surplus of US$38.0 at the end of the previous quarter. According to the CBL, the overall balance of payments deteriorated on an annualized basis by US$338.0 million at the end of September, 2013 from a surplus of US$121.5 million at the end of September, 2012.Balance of payments accounts are an accounting record of all monetary transactions between a country and the rest of the world.These transactions, according to economists, include payments for the country’s exports and import of goods, services financial capital and financial transfers. In other words, the balance of trade is the difference between a nation’s exports of goods and services and its imports of goods and services, if all financial transfers, investments and other components are ignored.According to economists, a nation is said to have a trade deficit if its imports exceeds its exports. But this is not the case with Liberia.According to the CBL, the quarterly deterioration in the country’s BoP was largely on account of 22.8% and 94.6% declines in the financial and capital accounts respectively at end-September, 2013 compared with their levels at end-June, 2013.The Bank observed that the 7.2% rise in the current account deficit also contributed to the quarterly BoP deterioration. The current account deficit deteriorated to US$440.8 million at end-September, 2013 from US$411.3 million at end-June, 2013 largely on account of a 96.6% surge in the trade deficit and 65.1% decline in current transfers during the quarter. A current account is one of the two primary components of the balance of payments, the other being capital account. The CBL noted that year-on-year comparison shows 18.4%, 23.1% and 96.0% deteriorations in the financial, current and capital account balances at end-September, 2013, largely explaining the huge annualized deterioration in the BoP deficit. Asia, Europe ECOWAS Top Liberia’s Direction of TradeAsia, Europe and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) sub-region accounted for the giant share of Liberia’s total trade in the third quarter, the CBL says. Export receipts from Europe amounted to US$67.3 million, accounting for 54.8% of total export receipts for the quarter, from 18.5%of total export receipts during the preceding quarter.According to the CBL, the surge in export towards Europe reflects the ongoing recovery in the Eurozone, mainly improved growth figures for Germany and France for the previous quarter.Asia’s share of Liberia’s exports for the quarter amounted to US$37.5 million from US$38.0 million at end-June 2013, accounting for 30.5% of total export receipts, from 38.0% for the preceding quarter. The CBL blamed the decline on weak external demand from China, the world’s fastest growing economy.On the other hand, Liberia’s intra-regional export trade with its sub-regional counterparts witnessed a decline during the quarter under review, amounting to US$10.4 million or 8.5% of total export receipts from US$19.3 million or 12.0% of total export receipts at end-June, 2013.The low level relative to Europe and Asia reflects the several constraints to trade in the sub-region. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
19 October 2011 The India, Brazil, South Africa (IBSA) grouping is well on its way to achieving its target of US$25-billion in trilateral trade by 2015, with the latest figures suggesting the three countries had surpassed $16-million in 2010, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies. “We set ourselves a target of achieving $10-billion in combined intra-IBSA trade by the year 2010, and in fact we achieved that in 2009, in the midst of the first wave of global economic recession,” Davies told the IBSA Business Forum in Pretoria on Monday. IBSA is a trilateral developmental initiative between the three countries aimed at promoting South-South cooperation and exchange. “The current figures suggest that in 2010 we achieved $16.1-billion, which places us somewhere in striking distance to achieve the current target, which is $25-billion combined intra-trade by the year 2015,” he told the Indian, Brazilian, and South African delegations at Monday’s forum.Build trade ‘in complementary areas’ Davies urged the IBSA countries to build trade relations based on complementary areas. “As South Africa, we have learned an enormous amount in terms of our own policies on small business development from the relationship which we have … with NSIC [the National Small Industries Corporation] of India and the Sebrae of Brazil. “We follow very closely what you are all doing in terms of industrial policy. We study what you are doing, we learn from you, and it helps us enormously, and we hope as well that we are able to contribute in terms of the development of your own policies as well.” Davies also called for the formation of an IBSA CEOs Forum with a permanent secretariat to continuously assess what needed to be done to enhance business cooperation among the three countries.Business ‘must take advantage of IBSA’ Business Unity South Africa (Busa) CEO Nomaxabiso Majokweni told the forum that business had to make the most of the opportunities provided by the relationship that existed between the IBSA countries. “As the private sector, we must make the most of the opportunities provided by the strong political commitment and will demonstrated by our government leaders to improve trade and investment relations among our countries.” Majokweni said the countries were meeting in uncertain global economic times, particularly for developed economies haunted by fears of recession and sovereign default.Govts ‘must act to avoid fiscal debt crisis’ “The banking sectors amongst IBSA countries all survived the banking crisis. However, our exposure to European sovereign debt poses a serious concern,” Majokweni said. “Our respective governments and central banks have and need to continue making bold fiscal and monetary moves that sustain our economies in challenging times. Of particular importance are those policy interventions aimed at stimulating the real economy.” She said the steps taken should not cut capital expenditure, which was a key stimulus for economic growth, but rather should be measures to avoid a fiscal debt crisis. Although current growth rates were reduced, emerging markets remained a frontier of hope, Majokweni said. Busa also presented recommendations coming out of the forum on sectors such as healthcare and pharmaceuticals, where observations made included that all three countries needed to produce and promote generic pharmaceutical products. For the financial and business services sector, it was recommended that there be continued shared learning on rural financial inclusion in areas such as new products and IT connectivity. Source: BuaNews
Earlier this week, Lakshmi Mahadevan, Ph.D. presented on “Advocating for Universal Design for Learning in Classrooms.”Throughout the presentation, Dr. Mahadevan provided many examples of the different principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) – Representation, Action and Expression, and Engagement. To watch a recording of this webinar please click here – Advocating for Universal Design for Learning in Classrooms.This presentation provided resources to help participants better understand what UDL is, and ways in which parents/guardians and students can self-advocate for UDL to be incorporated in classrooms. 1. A Parent’s Guide to Universal Design for Learning (UDL): This resource from the National Center for Learning Disabilities was designed to give parents and guardians a better understanding of the background and benefits of UDL, a breakdown of the three UDL principles, as well as information on how UDL and Assistive Technology and Accommodations can work hand-in-hand. 2. Universal Design for Learning Checklist: Mahadevan’s printable checklists helps parents, guardians, and educators identify which UDL practices they are currently using, which UDL strategies they would like additional training on, and which UDL practices they would like to add to their current instruction. Additional resources were provided with the presentation and can be found at Universal Design for Learning Resources.Another great place to learn about available resources is our Successful Transition for Students with Special Needs: What Resources are Available to You webinar presented by Dr. Mahadevan earlier this year.This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on December 1, 2017.
Commonwealth Games (CWG) Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi, who has been under fire for the shoddy preparations for the event, surfaced on Thursday and claimed that all the chef de missions were happy with the Games Village. Speaking to reporters at the Delhi airport, where he had gone to receive Commonwealth Games Federation president Mike Fennell, Kalmadi skirted the controversy around delays at the Games Village and the complaints of unhygienic conditions. He said the Indian contingent would move into the Games Village on Thursday while the international contingents would be arriving on Friday. Kalmadi also informed that Fennell would be visiting the Games Village on Friday.
Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Tumaliuan reached the top of Mt. Apo with a couple of friends and their guide, and with the country’s peak already in her pocket, it’s now the world’s topmost point that she wants to conquer.“To be honest, it was the best climb and the best trail I ever had,” said Tumaliuan whose “Kaya” nickname has a rough English translation of “capable.” “I did not expect the trail to be that beautiful.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesTumaliuan, a true blue nature lover, took the Energy Development Corporation’s (EDC) Executive Trail that passes through the EDC’s geothermal reservation en route to Apo’s peak.“I really saw how EDC took care of the trail and preserved the nature there. I was in awe even of the tree nursery they have there,” said Tumaliuan. “I would love to climb again using the same trail.” With Everest in her sights, admits that more than her physical preparation the monetary part of the journey is exponentially harder.“Climbing Everest is every mountaineer’s dream, I’m not asking sponsors to just support me,” said Tumaliuan. “In sponsoring my Everest bet, I want to share my blessing by sending children to school and to complete their studies.”“If I can make it to Everest, I hope these kids can feel like they can achieve anything.”ADVERTISEMENT 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Carla Kaya Tumaliuan eyes Mt. Everest conquest. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOMANILA, Philippines—A local mountaineer is set to live up to her inspiring nickname.Carla Kaya Tumaliuan, or simply Kaya, is eyeing to reach the world’s highest point, Mt. Everest, after she conquered the country’s peak of Mt. Apo.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Drone and Phone in PH episode 3: Mt. Iraya & Basco PLAY LIST 05:25Drone and Phone in PH episode 3: Mt. Iraya & Basco01:05No more admin case vs Albayalde after resignation — Panelo01:46Duterte has only scratches on elbow, knee after motorcycle accident — Go02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end PBA: Meralco withstands NorthPort for thrilling 2 OT win Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte
The Premier League summer transfer window has officially closed on Thursday, August 9, with more than one billion pound being spent.It is the first time the deadline has been enforced before a ball has been kicked in the premier league and all 20 top-flight clubs have strengthened their squads, in varying degrees.Except Tottenham Hotspur, who became the first Premier League side to not sign a single player in the summer window since it was first introduced in 2003.Here are all the confirmed completed transfers of all the 20 premier league clubs:ARSENAL (2017-18 league position: sixth)ArrivalsStephan Lichtsteiner – free transfer from JuventusBernd Leno – from Bayer Leverkusen (19 million pounds)($24.4 million)Sokratis Papastathopoulos – from Borussia Dortmund (17million pounds)Lucas Torreira – from Sampdoria (26.5 million pounds)Matteo Guendouzi – from Lorient (undisclosed)#TimeForTorreira pic.twitter.com/SYLsjouQmyArsenal FC (@Arsenal) August 8, 2018DeparturesPer Mertesacker – retiredSanti Cazorla – releasedTakuma Asano – on loan to HannoverJack Wilshere – releasedKelechi Nwakali – on loan to FC PortoJeff Reine-Adelaide – to Angers (undisclosed)Calum Chambers – on loan to FulhamLucas Perez – to West Ham United (4 million pounds)BOURNEMOUTH (2017-18 league position: 12th)ArrivalsDavid Brooks – from Sheffield United (11.5 million pounds)Diego Rico – from Leganes (10.7 million pounds)Jefferson Lerma – from Levante (25 million pounds)DeparturesBenik Afobe – to Wolves (10 million pounds)Max Gradel – to Toulouse (1.8 million pounds)Adam Federici – to Stoke City (undisclosed)Mikael Ndjoli – on loan to KilmarnockLewis Grabban – to Nottingham Forest (6 million pounds)Sam Surridge – on loan to Oldham AthleticHarry Arter – on loan to Cardiff CityadvertisementBRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION (2017-18 league position: 15th)ArrivalsLeon Balogun – free transfer from MainzFlorin Andone – from Deportivo la Coruna (5.3 millionpounds)Jason Steele – from Sunderland (undisclosed)Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior – from RB Leipzig (9million pounds)Hugo Keto – free transfer from ArsenalDavid Button – from Fulham (undisclosed)Yves Bissouma – from Lille (15 million pounds)Percy Tau – from Mamelodi Sundowns (3 million pounds)Alireza Jahanbakhsh – from AZ Alkmaar (17 million pounds)Dan Burn – from Wigan Athletic (undisclosed)Martin Montoya – from Valencia (undisclosed)Looks like Alireza Jahanbakhsh has opted for number 16 for Brighton #Iran pic.twitter.com/iXpu8VxlluIran Football (@IranFooty) August 3, 2018DeparturesSteve Sidwell – releasedJamie Murphy – to Rangers (1 million pounds)Bailey Vose – to Colchester (undisclosed)Liam Rosenior – retiredConnor Goldson to Rangers (3 million pounds)Christian Walton – on loan to Wigan AthleticSam Baldock – to Reading (1 million pounds)BURNLEY (2017-18 league position: seventh)ArrivalsBen Gibson – from Middlesbrough (15 million pounds)Vinnie Steels – free transfer from York CityJoe Hart – from Manchester City (3.5 million pounds)Matej Vydra – Derby County (11 million pounds)DeparturesConor Mitchell – on loan to St JohnstoneAiden Stone – on loan to Lancaster CityCARDIFF CITY (Promoted from the Championship)ArrivalsJosh Murphy – from Norwich City (11 million pounds)Greg Cunningham – from Preston North End (4 million pounds)Alex Smithies – from Queens Park Rangers (3.5 million pounds)Bobby Reid – from Bristol City (10 million pounds)Harry Arter – on loan from BournemouthDeparturesBen Wilson – on loan to Bradford CityOmar Bogle – on loan to Birmingham CityCHELSEA (2017-18 league position: fifth)ArrivalsJorginho – from Napoli (50.4 million pounds)Robert Green – free transfer from Huddersfield TownKepa Arrizabalaga – from Athletic Bilbao (71.6 million pounds)Mateo Kovacic – on loan from Real MadridNew season, new faces.Ready for the moments that matter with new global partner @Sure! https://t.co/JwcsCX27I0 pic.twitter.com/Sblsu2ZSSwChelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 10, 2018DeparturesLewis Baker – on loan to Leeds UnitedJonathan Panzo – to Monaco (undisclosed)Kenedy – on loan to Newcastle UnitedJeremie Boga – to Sassuolo (3.5 million pounds)Mario Pasalic – on loan to AtalantaNathan – on loan to Atletico MineiroThibaut Courtois – to Real Madrid (35 million pounds)CRYSTAL PALACE (2017-18 league position: 11th)ArrivalsVicente Guaita – free transfer from GetafeCheikhou Kouyate – from West Ham United (9.5 million pounds)Max Meyer – free transfer from SchalkeJordan Ayew – on loan from Swansea CityDeparturesYohan Cabaye – to Al-Nasr (free)EVERTON (2017-18 league position: eighth)ArrivalsRicharlison – from Watford (40 million pounds)Lucas Digne – from Barcelona (18 million pounds)Joao Virginia – from Arsenal (undisclosed)Bernard – from Shakhtar Donetsk (free transfer)Good #DeadLineDay for the club. Looking forward to meeting the lads @Everton pic.twitter.com/mQPWjKTxJbadvertisementTheo Walcott (@theowalcott) August 9, 2018DeparturesRamiro Funes Mori – to Villarreal (4.4 million pounds)Wayne Rooney – to D.C. United (undisclosed)Luke Garbutt – on loan to Oxford UnitedDavy Klaassen – to Werder Bremen (12 million)Ashley Williams – on loan to Stoke CityAntonee Robinson – on loan to Wigan AthleticKevin Mirallas – on loan to FiorentinaFULHAM (Promoted from the Championship)ArrivalsJean Michael Seri – from Nice (25 million pounds)Maxime Le Marchand – from Nice (7.5 million pounds)Fabricio Agosto Ramirez – from Besiktas (5 million pounds)Andre Schurrle – on loan from Borussia DortmundAleksandar Mitrovic – from Newcastle United (22 millionpounds)Alfie Mawson – from Swansea City (20 million pounds)Calum Chambers – on loan from ArsenalSergio Rico – on loan from SevillaJoe Ryan – from Bristol City (6 million pounds)Luciano Vietto – on loan from Atletico MadridTimothy Fosu-Mensah – on loan from Manchester UnitedMorning!…How was #DeadlineDay for you? #FFC pic.twitter.com/yUZWQ60OFWFulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) August 10, 2018DeparturesRyan Fredericks – to West Ham United (free)Stephen Humphrys – on loan to Scunthorpe UnitedElijah Adebayo – on loan to Swindon TownDavid Button – to Brighton and Hove Albion (undisclosed)HUDDERSFIELD TOWN (2017-18 league position: 16th)ArrivalsBen Hamer – free transfer from Leicester CityTerence Kongolo – from AS Monaco (17.5 million pounds)Ramadan Sobhi – from Stoke City (5.7 million pounds)Juninho Bacuna – from Groningen (undisclosed)Jonas Lossl – from Mainz (2.3 million pounds)Erik Durm – from Borussia Dortmund (undisclosed)Adama Diakhaby – from Monaco (8 million pounds)Isaac Mbenza – on loan from MontpellierDeparturesDean Whitehead – retiredRobert Green – releasedTom Ince – to Stoke City (10 million pounds)LEICESTER CITY (2017-18 league position: ninth)ArrivalsRicardo Pereira – from Porto (17.5 million pounds)Jonny Evans – from West Brom (3.5 million pounds)James Maddison – from Norwich City (24 million pounds)Danny Ward – from Liverpool (12.5 million pounds)Rachid Ghezzal – from AS Monaco (12 million pounds)Filip Benkovic – from Dinamo Zagreb (13 million pounds)Caglar Soyuncu – from Freiburg (19 million pounds)pic.twitter.com/Js9GpYwygmLeicester City (@LCFC) August 9, 2018DeparturesRiyad Mahrez – to Manchester City (60 million pounds)Robert Huth – releasedAhmed Musa – to Al-Nassr (14.7 million pounds)LIVERPOOL (2017-18 league position: fourth)ArrivalsFabinho – from Monaco (40 million pounds)Naby Keita – from RB Leipzig (52.8 million pounds)Xherdan Shaqiri – from Stoke (13.5 million pounds)Alisson Becker – from AS Roma (65 million pounds)pic.twitter.com/6rjUCCpxaILiverpool FC (@LFC) August 7, 2018DeparturesYan Dhanda – to Swansea City (undisclosed)Emre Can – to Juventus (free)Jon Flanagan – to Rangers (free)Adam Bogdan – on loan to HibernianDanny Ward – to Leicester City (12.5 million pounds)Ben Woodburn – on loan to Sheffield UnitedMANCHESTER CITY (2017-18 league position: first)ArrivalsRiyad Mahrez – from Leicester City (60 million pounds)Claudio Gomes – from Paris St Germain (free)Philippe Sandler – from PEC Zwolle (2.6 million pounds)First trophie @ManCity pic.twitter.com/9VhsmOU9KWadvertisementRiyad Mahrez (@Mahrez22) August 5, 2018DeparturesPablo Maffeo – to Stuttgart (8.1 million pounds)Yaya Toure – releasedAngus Gunn – to Southampton (10 million pounds)Bersant Celina – to Swansea City (3 million pounds)Joe Hart – to Burnley (3.5 million pounds)MANCHESTER UNITED (2017-18 league position: second)ArrivalsDiogo Dalot – from Porto (19 million pounds)Fred – from Shakhtar Donetsk (43.7 million pounds)Lee Grant – from Stoke (1.5 million pounds)Time to hear from the man himself…#BemVindoFred #MUFC pic.twitter.com/H1r4Qp9DUOManchester United (@ManUtd) June 21, 2018DeparturesMichael Carrick – retiredSam Johnstone – to West Bromwich Albion (6.5 million pounds)Daley Blind – to Ajax Amsterdam (14.2 million pounds)Axel Tuanzebe – on loan to Aston VillaTimothy Fosu-Mensah – on loan to FulhamNEWCASTLE UNITED (2017-18 league position: 10th)ArrivalsMartin Dubravka – from Sparta Prague (4.5 million pounds)Ki Sung-yueng – from Swansea City (free)Kenedy – on loan from ChelseaFabian Schar – from Deportivo la Coruna (3.6 million pounds)Yoshinori Muto – from Mainz 05 (9.5 million pounds)Salomon Rondon – from West Bromwich Albion (loan)Federico Fernandez – from Swansea City (6 million pounds)Rafa Benítez has been chasing @salorondon23 all summer – and the Venezuelan can’t wait to play under the Newcastle United manager.Watch the full interview for free here: https://t.co/ewodBalbvv #NUFC pic.twitter.com/B7VgOj1WkcNewcastle United FC (@NUFC) August 6, 2018DeparturesMassadio Haidara – to Lens (undisclosed)Stuart Findlay – to Kilmarnock (free)Mikel Merino – to Real Sociedad (10 million pounds)Chancel Mbemba – to Porto (7.2 million pounds)Matz Sels – to Strasbourg (4 million pounds)Aleksandar Mitrovic – to Fulham (22 million pounds)Dwight Gayle – to West Bromwich Albion (loan)SOUTHAMPTON (2017-18 league position: 17th)ArrivalsStuart Armstrong – from Celtic (7 million pounds)Mohamed Elyounoussi – from FC Basel (16 million pounds)Angus Gunn – from Manchester City (10 million pounds)Jannik Vestergaard – from Borussia Monchengladbach (18 million pounds)Good morning, #SaintsFC fans! pic.twitter.com/I6nVYP8IWESouthampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) August 10, 2018DeparturesDusan Tadic – to Ajax (15 million pounds)Sofiane Boufal – on loan to Celta VigoJordy Clasie – on loan to FeyenoordTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (2017-18 league position: third)ArrivalsNoneDeparturesKeanan Bennetts – to Borussia Monchengladbach (2 million pounds)WATFORD (2017-18 league position: 14th)ArrivalsGerard Deulofeu – from Barcelona (11.5 million pounds)Marc Navarro – from Espanyol (3 million pounds)Adam Masina – from Bologna (3.5 million pounds)Ken Sema – from Ostersunds (1 million pounds)Ben Foster – from West Brom (4 million pounds)DeparturesCostel Pantilimon – to Nottingham Forest (2 million pounds)Mauro Zarate – to Boca Juniors (2 million pounds)Richarlison – to Everton (40 million pounds)WEST HAM UNITED (2017-18 league position: 13th)ArrivalsRyan Fredericks – free transfer from FulhamIssa Diop – from Toulouse (22 million pounds)Lukasz Fabianski – from Swansea City (7 million pounds)Jack Wilshere – free transfer from ArsenalAndriy Yarmolenko – from Borussia Dortmund (17.5 million pounds)Fabian Balbuena – from Corinthians (3.5 million pounds)Felipe Anderson – from Lazio (33.5 million pounds)Xande Silva – from Vitoria de Guimaraes (undisclosed)Lucas Perez – from Arsenal (4 million pounds)Carlos Sanchez – from Fiorentina (4 million pounds)Delighted to have officially signed for West Ham United!After speaking with the manager and those at the club I knew my future was at the London Stadium and I cant wait to get going now.Its well known that I come from a family of Hammers and its a special moment to sign pic.twitter.com/N5MAoh2MmiJack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) July 9, 2018DeparturesJames Collins – releasedPatrice Evra – releasedReece Burke – to Hull City (1.5 million pounds)Cheikhou Kouyate – to Crystal Palace (9.5 million pounds)WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS (Promoted from the Championship)ArrivalsBenik Afobe – from AFC Bournemouth (10 million pounds)Willy Boly – from Porto (10 million pounds)Raul Jimenez – on loan from BenficaRui Patricio – free transfer from Sporting LisbonLeo Bonatini – from Al-Hilal (5 million pounds)Ruben Vinagre – from AS Monaco (2 million pounds)Paulo Alves – free transfer from LiverpoolJoao Moutinho – from Monaco (5 million pounds)Jonny Castro Otto – on loan from Atletico MadridAdama Traore – from Middlesbrough (18 million pounds)Leander Dendoncker – on loan from AnderlechtLeander Dendoncker speaks to Wolves TV after making his Molineux switch. #WelkomLeanderpic.twitter.com/CenzXrTk5MWolves (@Wolves) August 9, 2018DeparturesBenik Afobe – on loan to Stoke CityBen Marshall – to Norwich City (2 million pounds)Carl Ikeme – retiredBarry Douglas – to Leeds United (5 million pounds)($1 = 0.7781 pounds)
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say DONE DEAL: Burnley striker Ntumba Massanka joins Racing White Daring Molenbeekby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley striker Ntumba Massanka has joined Belgian third-tier side Racing White Daring Molenbeek on loan until June 30th.The 22-year old had spent the first half of season in the National League on loan at Dover Athletic, before returning to Turf Moor in January.The former Manchester United youngster has also had loan stints with Morecambe, Wrexham and York City since signing a professional contract at Turf Moor in 2015.R.W.D currently sit seventh in the Belgian First Amateur League and play their home games at Edmond Machtens Stadium on the outskirts of Brussels.The striker will be available for the Les Coalises’ match this weekend against RFC Leige.