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Galatasaray offer €10m for Onyekuru

first_imgRelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up by two spots, now world 29th Omeruo welcomes second child Turkish super Lig champions Galatasaray have reportedly expressed their desire to sign Nigeria International, Henry Onyekuru, on a permanent deal from French Ligue 1 side, AS Monaco.According to Fanatik, Galatasaray is looking to buy the Super Eagles forward for a fee around €8 million to €10 million, but the Turkish super Lig giants are looking to sell some of their fringe players to finance the move. Greek giants Olympiacos is also interested in signing Onyekuru this summer.The 23-year-old Nigeria international struggled for regular playing time at AS Monaco with the likes of Wissam Ben Yedder, Islam Slimani and Gelson Martins ahead of him in the packing order.The Versatile winger rejoined Galatasaray on loan in January and scored one goal in seven Turkish super Lig appearances for Galatasaray before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.Tags: AS MonacoFanatikGalatasaraySuper EaglesWissam Ben Yedderlast_img read more

SBC Events launches Knowledge Centre for industry professionals

first_img Related Articles Share StumbleUpon SBC Events has marked the launch of its new Knowledge Centre by sharing specialist sports betting insight from a trio of industry big hitters.During last month’s Betting on Football conference at Stamford Bridge, SBC gathered valuable knowledge for sports betting and gaming professionals by conducting exclusive video interviews with speakers and high-level delegates.The first three of these videos are now live on SBC Events, featuring Snaitech CEO Fabio Schiavolin, Mr Green CEO Jesper Kärrbrink and Danske Spil CEO Niels Erik Folmann, with many more to be added over the coming months.On the second largest gambling market in Europe, Schiavolin commented: “There is still fragmentation in the growing Italian market, in which many small and medium operators are operating. By integrating SNAI with Cogetech, we created the basic structure for the consolidation of the market, followed by INTRALOT merging with Gamenet.”Discussing Scandinavia’s reputation for gambling based innovation, Kärrbrink said: “Scandinavia is a hotbed of innovation because of its history – a history of entrepreneurship, of technology development, of successful companies such as Ericsson and Spotify, but also a heritage of gambling, which has been a key part of society for hundreds of years. If you add this together, you get a very interesting environment for technology driven betting companies.”Addressing the regulatory challenges across the region, Folmann added: “The key challenge for the Scandinavian sports betting market is that we have full regulation in Denmark, and Sweden coming up, but Finland and Norway are not regulated yet, so you have this enormous pressure from our international competitors on both the commercial terms and innovation.”SBC Events is part of the SBC Global group of companies that works with industry leaders to develop the sports betting industry through news coverage, knowledge creation, conferences and exhibitions, seminars and industry awards.SBC Global Founder Rasmus Sojmark said: “The Knowledge Centre on SBC Events delivers sports betting insight from some of the leading lights in the industry, covering key topics that are then expanded on at our conferences throughout the year. Publishing interviews with market leaders from Italy and Scandinavia is the perfect way to get this underway.” Submit Share Danish FA backs Danske Spil’s Safe Play campaign August 24, 2020 SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital unveils unrivalled speaker line-up August 19, 2020 Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020last_img read more

Man Trapped Under Defense Ministry Rubble Rescued

first_imgResidents near the former Defense Ministry building in Congo Town were last Thursday held aghast when a man identified only as Baby was accidentally entrapped under the rubble of a building demolished by the Chinese company constructing the new Ministerial Complex.“He was collecting sand between heavy broken pieces of concrete when he mistakenly stepped on one of them which dragged him beneath several other pieces,” John Kollie, an eyewitness told the Daily Observer.Nearly 300 persons, including police officers, joined the effort to rescue the victim from the debris to safety. After two hours of struggle, 18 men were able to remove the debris and rescue the victim, who survived his ordeal and was rushed to the JFK hospital for treatment.An eyewitness said, “Baby was under the concrete for more than an hour and only God’s intervention led people to get him out to safety.”A woman believed to be the victim’s sister fainted when she rushed to the scene and learned of what had happened to her brother. Several other women burst into tears when they saw the man trapped under the ruins.The debris was leftover from the former Ministry of Defense building, demolished recently to give way for the construction of a new Ministerial Complex near Peace Island. A good number of community residents engage in sand mining for sale at the site and without much concern for what could happen to them, rush there daily to haul sand as a means of survival.“We haul sand from there for sale at L$500 a bag,” Peter Sampson, 25, said.He told the Daily Observer that community sand mining has become their only means of survival.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more