West Brom have completed the signing of Manchester United defender Jonny Evans. The 27-year-old centre-half has penned a four-year deal and joins Albion after making 198 appearances in all competitions for United. Press Association Sport understands the deal for the Northern Ireland international will cost the Baggies an initial £6million, rising to £8million with add-ons. Press Association Evans won three Premier League titles after making his United debut in 2007 and has won 42 caps for his country. “This is a great signing for the club,” head coach Tony Pulis told the official West Brom website. “Jonny brings a lot of experience and will be a big player for us – he’s a player I’ve been watching for some time. “We are delighted to have him on board.” Evans fell out of favour under United manager Louis van Gaal, playing only 17 times last season, and did not make a single first-team appearance at Old Trafford this term. “I hope to push the Albion up the league,” said Evans. “It’s a new, fresh challenge for me. One I’m looking forward to. “I know a few of the lads already and I spoke to a couple, who highly recommended the club.”
The much-awaited conclusion of the Fruta Conquerors FC Academy U-19 League has been postponed until next January, according to a Press release issued by the club yesterday.The semi-finals which were scheduled for today had to be called off after the ground in Tucville was left water-logged in certain parts due to the inclement weather. The release added that dates for the games will be disclosed shortly.In the first semi-final, GFC will oppose Uitvlugt Warriors and in the second, the hosts will entertain Santos FC.
It seems Twitter has reached a consensus that the Chad Morris era in Fayetteville will end shortly after the Razorbacks’ game vs. Western Kentucky.Morris’ Razorbacks team found itself down 35-7 at halftime to the visiting Hilltoppers, who are led by former Arkansas quarterback Ty Storey. At halftime, he completed 19 of 28 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown, adding 45 rushing yards and two more scores. MORE: Week 11 top-25 highlights, scoresIf Arkansas were to lose on Saturday, it would drop Morris to 4-18 in one-plus season, which includes an 0-14 mark in SEC play.Here are some of the tweets wondering how Morris could possibly salvage his employment after today’s game:The last Arkansas coach got fired coming off the field, Im wondering if that’s suddenly in play today. https://t.co/aKeA11PKk6— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) November 9, 2019In case anyone was wondering, Chad Morris’ buyout is $12,250,000 if fired before Dec. 31, 2019.— SEC Mike (@MichaelWBratton) November 9, 2019Chad Morris won’t make it through the day before he’s fired. There are probably already Arkansas athletics staffers cleaning out his office right now in the middle of this game.— Pablo Escobarner (blue check) (@PabloEscobarner) November 9, 2019Chad Morris could be CFB’s next coach fired if he doesn’t beat Western Kentucky today.I was told his firing was not imminent this week by a source, but all bets are off if Hogs lose this one.— Brad Crawford (@BCrawford247) November 9, 2019Chad Morris has to get fired now doesn’t he? pic.twitter.com/CjrrsgB7Fg— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) November 9, 2019Chad Morris might get fired tonight.— Aaron Suttles (@AaronSuttles) November 9, 2019 Conversely, Arkansas (2-7) managed only 119 yards, three first downs and a touchdown against 5-4 Western Kentucky.
A teenage murder accused on Wednesday made an appearance at the Vreed-en-Hoop Magistrate’s Court after he was charged for killing Unity Street, La Grange, West Bank Demerara (WBD) resident, James Stewart, whose body was discovered along the roadside near his WBD home.The murder accused being led away by a Police OfficerAppearing before Magistrate Christel Lambert, the teenager, [name withheld] was not required to plea to the indictable charge, which stated that on July 17, he murdered James Stewart.This charge follows the teen’s alleged confession on Sunday that he committed the act. During Wednesday’s arraignment, the Prosecution stated that it is ready; the Preliminary Inquiry and its 20 witnesses are ready to testify.Meanwhile, Defence Counsel Melvin Duke, told the court that there were gross violations of laws committed, as the defendant was held in Police custody for over 84 hours and was not afforded the privilege of an attorney.Magistrate Lambert noted these claims. The case was transferred to the Wales Magistrate’s Court where the teen will make his next appearance on September 9.After the arraignment, eldest sister of the dead man, Camel Stewart explained that her brother was often beaten in his periods of intoxication. She along with her other relatives stated that justice must be served.Meanwhile, according to reports, the youth allegedly told Police in his confession, that Stewart had knocked him off his bike, causing him to fall to the ground. He said he went to a friend’s home, borrowed a hammer and returned to where he had last seen Stewart. It was then that he reportedly struck the man once to the head with the hammer. Stewart’s post-mortem report revealed that the he died from haemorrhaging and multiple injuries to the head.