2 Mar
2021

Max Creek Announces First Album In 19 Years, Adds Celebratory 48th Anniversary Shows

first_imgJam band titans Max Creek has announced their plans to release their first studio effort in 19 years, 45 & Live, a double-disc release which follows 2000’s Live at the Connecticut Expo Center. The five-piece band—including guitarist Scott Murawski, bassist John Rider, keyboardist Mark Mercier, drummer Bill Carbone, and percussionist Jamemurrell Stanley—plans to release their forthcoming album during an upcoming two-night run at South Windsor, CT’s Telefunken Studios on February 22nd and 23rd, part of the band’s 48th-anniversary shows.Drummer Bill Carbone made a statement on his Facebook regarding the album release. As he explains,It’s a stone that I’ve been pushing up a mountain since 2015, along w tons of help from the Telefunken crew, the elusive Blue Clyde, and several others. I gave up on several occasions but my inner pain-in-the-ass finally prevailed. You’re looking at the proof of Linda’s beautiful album cover, and if you’re familiar with the scene, you’ll see the handiwork of many others when the double disc drops at the Telefunken shows later this month. If you haven’t been listening to Creek, NO MORE EXCUSES—this album is killer!Along with the band’s two-night Telefunken run in February, Max Creek will celebrate their 48th anniversary with appearances at Burlington, VT’s Higher Ground (2/15); Dover, VT’s Snow Barn (2/16); Woodstock, NY’s Levon Helm Studios (3/29); Pittsfield, MA’s Colonial Theatre (4/5); Hartford, CT’s Infinity Music Hall (4/19), as well as festival appearances at Greenfield, MA’s Strangecreek and Bath, NH’s Jerry Jam.Head to Max Creek’s website for more information and ticketing.Max Creek 2019 Tour DatesFri 02.15.19 Higher Ground S Burlington VTSat 02.16.19 Snow Barn Dover VTFri 02.22.19 Telefunken Studios S Windsor CTSat 02.23.19 Telefunken Studios S Windsor CTFri 03.29.19 Levon Helm Studios – Creekiversary Woodstock NYFri 04.05.19 Colonial Theatre – Creekiversary Pittsfield MAFri 04.19.19 Infinity Music Hall – Creekiversary Hartford CTSat 05.25.19 Strangecreek Greenfield MASat 07.20.19 Jerry Jam Bath NHView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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1 Mar
2021

Moore than alright

first_imgThe Hasty Pudding Theatricals of Harvard University has chosen Julianne Moore as its 2011 Woman of the Year.The award festivities will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 27, when the award-winning actress will lead a parade through the streets of Cambridge. Afterward, the president of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Michael Barron ’11, and the vice president of the cast, Kyle Dancewicz ’11, will roast the actress and present her with her Pudding Pot at 3:15 p.m. at the New College Theatre, the Hasty Pudding’s home in the heart of Harvard Square since 1889. After the roast, several numbers from the Hasty Pudding Theatrical’s 163rd production “Kashmir If You Can” will be performed at approximately 3:40 p.m., and a press conference will be held at approximately 4:10 p.m.Moore, an actress of great range, has delivered outstanding work in both box office hits and independent features. Moore is the ninth person in Academy history to receive two acting Oscar nominations in the same year for her performances in “Far From Heaven” (best actress nomination) and “The Hours” (best supporting actress nomination). While lauded for her performances in dramatic films, such as “Boogie Nights,” “The End of the Affair,” and “A Single Man,” Moore has also received praise for her roles in comedic films such as “The Big Lebowski.”She made her Broadway debut in 2006 in the Sam Mendes production “The Vertical Hour,” and has a recurring role as Alec Baldwin’s love interest on NBC’s hit comedy “30 Rock.” She also has a children’s book series, “Freckleface Strawberry” and “Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully.”Moore most recently starred opposite Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo in the acclaimed film “The Kids Are Alright,” for which she has earned a Golden Globe nomination. She will next be seen in “Crazy Stupid Love” opposite Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling, and in “Shelter,” also starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.The bookend Man of the Year event will take place Feb. 4. The recipient of this year’s award will be announced next week.For more information on the events, contact Learah Lockhart ’12 at 917.399.4627, or by email at [email protected] awards are presented annually to performers who have made a lasting and impressive contribution to entertainment. Established in 1951, the Woman of the Year award has been granted to such talented entertainers as Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Roberts, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, and, most recently, Anne Hathaway. The Man of the Year award was established in 1963, and past recipients have included Clint Eastwood, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Anthony Hopkins, Bruce Willis, and, last year, Justin Timberlake.To purchase tickets to “Kashmir If You Can,” which will be performed at the New College Theatre, contact the Hasty Pudding Box Office at 617.495.5205. The show opens on Feb. 4 following the Man of the Year ceremony and continues in Cambridge until March 6. The show performs Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. The company then travels to New York to perform at Hunter College’s Kaye Playhouse on March 11 and 12 at 8 p.m. (Call 212.772.4448 for tickets.) The tour continues to the Hamilton City Hall in Bermuda for performances March 17-19 at 8 p.m.last_img read more

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27 Feb
2021

Telecom is in Motion Now

first_imgHaving a fast path to deliver new services, value and enter new markets is the motivation to move forward. A necessary step to do this is the deployment of a new class of software oriented virtualized infrastructure. The list of new markets and offerings at MWC was huge and included connected cars, Internet of Things, home security, personalized services, cloud mediation and brokering, collaborative communications, health and wellness, and smart cities. Beyond these new services, most operators see that moving their existing network functions to a new infrastructure will have huge impacts on capital expenditures, operating expenditures and agility. There are no longer debates over impact on current and potential future business opportunities. Almost universally, telecom operators are moving to production. Last year the industry was mostly in evaluation mode, looking for one clear model to adopt. Candidly, it did not exist. What most of the industry has determined is that there are many paths forward and all of them improve operators’ capital expenditures, operating expenditures and opportunity to create and deliver new services. The only wrong answer now is to wait. Over time new technology and new architectures will emerge, but there is now enough technology available with suppliers and partners to assist in implementation that moving forward on any of these paths is now realistic. The telecom industry is huge and attracting even more interest and investment than ever. More than 93,000 people attended MWC from over 200 countries. Beyond that, more than 2,100 companies exhibited (including EMC, VMware & Pivotal). Technology disruption happens best at scale and MWC showed that this scale of involvement is expanding rapidly, so we should see plenty of radical and interesting innovation fueling the shift. Based on Mobile World Congress (MWC) last month, we are now entering another time when the telecom technology landscape is evolving rapidly. There will be a huge shift to virtualized, agile, software oriented and common building block-based telecom clouds. This shift is at least as big, if not bigger, than any of the prior changes and my bet is that it will also spawn huge indirect IT ecosystem changes over time.I have been involved in telecom for a few decades and have seen the industry change significantly. It’s hard to predict exactly what the end state will be, but it is both exciting and terrifying in that with these huge changes, lots of status quo perspectives will be challenged and new models will start to emerge. Personally I love this kind of change. In an industry that invests hundreds of billions in capital expenditures alone, change at this scale can be transformational for many more than just the operators themselves.Here’s my short list of conclusions from this year’s Mobile World Congress:center_img The infrastructure that will underpin the new services is not universal or consistent. In fact, what we see is that there will be many ways to build out these next generation virtualized, agile, software oriented infrastructures.There is a spectrum of options. On one end are the telecom clouds based on proven architectures of modern enterprise environments at scale. They use what works, including VMware, EMC storage arrays, vBlocks, x86 servers and IP networking. These are the building blocks of the biggest banks, governments and manufacturers in the world and many telecom operators are starting with these tools and moving quickly. At the other end, some operators are exploring technical components that come from the webscale world. The tools used in that environment include container-based virtualization, heavy use of white box hardware and software-based infrastructure tools such as EMC ScaleIO or ViPR.However given the scale and complexity of most operators, the toolkit of choice is a combination of proven infrastructure and new technology. This is not surprising since the workloads on a modern telecom cloud will range from core mission critical to exploratory and experimental. Having a host of tools in the cloud architecture gives the platform the flexibility to support that diversity. As long as the technology results in an agile, software oriented, shared, virtualized cloud, there is no wrong answer. Finally, this next phase of the telecom ecosystem is a huge opportunity for the EMC Federation. We have spent the past decade virtualizing the enterprise world and the impact has been huge. Efficiency in data centers is up dramatically, costs per unit of compute and storage are down dramatically, time to deploy applications is down by orders of magnitude and resiliency and agility are both better than they have ever been in modern IT.In this next phase of telecom (NFV, telco transformation, telco clouds, etc.), the end state is similar even if the technology continues to evolve to better serve specific telecom needs. EMC Federation efforts over the past few years have not just delivered the existing building blocks, but added new hardware capabilities, new infrastructure tools, and higher level technology focused on big data and application development and delivery.Our engagement model with operators is focused on leveraging this massive toolset of modern infrastructure capability plus deep technical expertise to collaborate on building out next generation infrastructures. Our telecom customers are engaged and looking for the kind of deep collaboration EMC does well.Having seen telecom evolve before, I know it’s always a long journey. However, I am convinced that the industry is now fully in motion and I look forward to the innovation once these next generation telecom infrastructures become available to the world. Overall a very exciting indicator of things to come.last_img read more

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18 Jan
2021

Virtual 9/11 Ceremony Set For Friday

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image via SSG Richard Colletta / U.S. Navy.MAYVILLE – The local American Legion and the Chautauqua County Veterans Council will hold a virtual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony this year because of an uptick in COVID-19 cases.The event will take place at noon on Friday and will be live streamed on the Chautauqua County Government Facebook page.The program is to honor and remember the more than 3,000 Americans killed Sept. 11, 2001, when members of the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four planes and crashed them in the World Trade Center in New York City, the pentagon just outside of Washington, D.C., and a field in Western Pennsylvania.“Due to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in the County, this year’s ceremony will not be an in-person event for the public to attend, but I am glad we could partner with our local veterans organizations to offer this ceremony virtually for our residents,” said Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel. “I encourage all residents to tune in or pause and take a moment on September 11th to honor and remember those who tragically lost their lives on this horrific day in 2001.” The program will feature words from local dignitaries including Jacqueline Phelps, representative for U.S. Congressman Tom Reed; George Borrello, New York State Senator; Wendel; Greg Carlson, Chautauqua County Veterans Service Agency Director; James Quattrone, Chautauqua County Sheriff; and Susan Rowley, President of the Blue Star Mothers Lake Erie Chapter.For more information, contact Al Crick, at (716) 488-9861.last_img read more

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20 Dec
2020

Guatemala Pushes for Reforms to Current Mining Law

first_imgBy Dialogo June 17, 2013 GUATEMALA CITY — Several Guatemalan congressmen are pushing to reform their country’s controversial mining law in a bid to prevent further clashes between mining companies and local residents. The move comes after the government declared a state of emergency in four townships east of Guatemala City in May, following several days of violent protests at a silver mine, which left two people dead. The current mining law was approved in 1997, but some politicians and academics say it’s outdated. Even though various attempts have been made to modify it, the law still remains in its original form. Last October, the Ministry of Energy and Mines presented Guatemala’s Congress with a proposal of 34 modifications to the current law, which included social, economic and environmental reforms. However, Congress has not yet approved the proposal, and the conflict between mining companies and local residents continues to intensify. “The current mining law is not considered efficient, and reforms have always been necessary,” said José Miguel de la Vega, Guatemala’s vice-minister of mining and hydrocarbons. “The proposal will not only allow for technical mining and reasoning from the point of environmental protection, but it will also strengthen the control mechanisms and taxation by the state towards the mining companies.” Mining has become big business in Guatemala in recent years, now accounting for 2 percent of GDP. However, the country’s current mining law states that companies only need to pay 1 percent of their profits to local communities, which has led to clashes with municipalities and heavy criticism from international pressure groups. In January 2012, the Minister of Energy and Mines, Erick Archila, implemented a Voluntary Royalties Agreement where mining companies were encouraged to boost the percentage of profits they pay to both the surrounding communities and the state. Goldcorp, Guatemala’s largest gold mine, produced 382,400 ounces of gold in 2011, earning it $607 million. The company voluntarily signed the agreement, which meant that it paid an extra 5 percent in royalties. “This is important progress, as other nations like Peru and Mexico receive less or no royalties [from mining]. With the proposed reform, giving royalties will no longer be a voluntary agreement, it will be the law,” de la Vega said. The proposed reforms include providing communities with more information about projects before mining licenses are approved, granting the government the power to suspend or impose fines for illegal exploration, and increasing taxation on mining companies. “It is very important the royalties are distributed directly to cover drinking water, environmental cleanup, health services, education and community infrastructure,” said de la Vega. Guatemala currently receives 200 million quetzales ($25.5 million) from the mining industry. However, that number is projected to nearly double in the future. “Goldcorp continues to support the government’s efforts to enact a new mining law, which we believe will create a rational and transparent framework for doing business in the country,” said a Goldcorp spokeswoman. Even though Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina presented the reforms again this year, it’s not yet clear when they’ll actually be made. Constitutional changes require a two-thirds vote in the 158-member Congress where the president’s Partido Patriota holds 63 seats. “Congress has its own work schedule,” said de la Vega. meanwhile, la golden will continue to get rich and cause serious harm to the environment and to the health of neighbors and workers. and from those meager royalties very little goes to the people, the corrupt politicians pocket most of it.last_img read more

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20 Dec
2020

The Fight Against Drug-Trafficking in the Jungles of Rio de Janeiro

first_imgRio de Janeiro’s megalopolis has more than 10 million inhabitants and more than 1,000 slums. The region’s terrain is extremely rugged and covered with forests. Some of the mountainsides that make up this panorama were used by the neediest inhabitants to build disorderly clusters of houses that became known as “favelas.” In 2015, however, the agreement between the Jungle Warfare Instructional Center and BOPE was re-established, and one Sergeant has already successfully completed the course. We hope the partnership will continue. However, a considerable portion of these tropical forests remain very well preserved. Taken together, the mountains of Tijuca Forest, Pedra Branca State Park, and Nova Iguaçu Municipal Park account for a huge area covering approximately 180 square kilometers. There are also kilometers of trails connecting the hundreds of favelas and neighborhoods that run along these mountains. It is an extremely beautiful landscape that was regularly frequented by hikers and ecotourism enthusiasts until just a few years ago. Jungle training program The equipment, training, and, particularly, the logistics of law enforcement agencies operating in Rio de Janeiro are extremely limited and, in most cases, incompatible with forest areas. Most police officers have little or no experience operating in the jungle. * Colonel Fernando Montenegro commanded the pacification of the favelas of Rio de Janeiro (2011-2012); served in the Special Forces of the Brazilian Army; served as the Chief Instructor at the Jungle Warfare Training Center (2009-2010); and holds a Master’s Degree in Military Sciences. In conclusion, it is essential that the public security entities in the state of Rio de Janeiro devote attention to drug traffickers’ utilization of Rio de Janeiro’s forests, which presents an increasing risk to public safety and is transforming an area of environmental preservation into a refuge for armed criminals. Similarly, the Armed Forces must adopt procedures to prevent the recruitment of Soldiers, with special attention to the members of the elite forces. Organized crime groups persistently try to recruit Soldiers and former Military members, such as Paratroopers and Marines, to join the ranks of the drug trade by offering them tempting offers of high pay. In the 1990s, Non-commissioned officers and enlisted Commandos were among the main targets for recruitment. This was one of the main reasons that authorities transferred the 1st Special Forces Battalion’s headquarters to Goiânia, the state capital of Goiás, in 2003. center_img It comes as no surprise that drug traffickers have been using these routes for quite some time. In the 1990s, the Brazilian Army’s 1st Special Forces Battalion was based in Rio de Janeiro and carried out some training in those areas. Authorities routinely found cartridges for different calibers of firearms and traces of campsites, but there is no record of clashes with the Army because the Military did not carry out operations to fight narco-trafficking. When armed groups detected the Army approaching, they simply fled. There has been a significant increase in the circulation of groups made up of more than 40 armed criminals. Organized crime members use the trails to escape from police operations and/or to carry out attacks on areas controlled by rival gangs in the struggle for control over drug-dealing regions. Criminals also dump bodies in the forest, where drug traffickers now engage in behaviors similar to guerrilla groups like the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Increase in criminal activity Brilliant reflection on behalf of the writer, and certainly based upon deep background knowledge. Criminality lives in constant metamorphosis, and security forces must be aware of such changes, which, in turn, will promote proper measures to confront these threats. An analysis that considered the local geography and that brought very enlightening elements from a reality that, for most citizens and even authorities, is difficult to visualize. I liked the article! It talks about the Brazilian reality! The author has experience and lived through the situation! Congratulations! Selva! It is clear that there is no coordination in the operations that combate crime and possible external threats. Because of this, trafficking grows. We have to change our modus operandi. I believe that CIOPESP – which is also in Rio de Janeiro – has all the conditions to train BOPE’s military personnel, including the Command Action techniques that would be more efficient that just having knowledge of combat in jungle terrain. However, I can’t say if the Center referred to would have the physical, personnel, or spatial conditions necessary for the administration of a course more specific to BOPE, having a reduced duration. Other positive factors would be the logistics and the cost of the course at CIOPESP. Actions belonging to the Armed Forces are and will always be welcome – be they with the PM, PC, and PF of the State of Rio de Janeiro, particularly if in the spirit of protection, prevention, and education against the evils, the use, and the activities of crime in strategic areas involving important parks, thickets, hillsides, and forests in the city of Rio de Janeiro. I even believe that more attention could be given to carrying out these actions alongside Communities and Neighborhoods surrounding and within such areas and jurisdictions. I congratulate all those involved in these Operations. Respectfully, Colonel Montenegro is one of the leading authorities in national security! In addition to his gifted technical knowledge, his professional experience allows him to speak about the topic with authority. Until 1995, the Army allowed Military police officers from the Special Operations Battalion (BOPE, for its Portuguese acronym) to enroll in the Jungle Warfare Course, at the Jungle Warfare Instructional Center (CIGS). The last to complete the course was the former General Commander of the Military Police of Rio de Janeiro State, Colonel Pinheiro Neto. As of 1996, enrollment was no longer permitted and BOPE started to look for alternatives, such as Military training centers in Colombia and other countries. By Dialogo January 18, 2016last_img read more

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8 Dec
2020

Police chase ends with felony arrest in Chenango County

first_imgTOWN OF PLYMOUTH, N.Y. (WBNG) — Authorities say a suspect has been charged with multiple felonies following a burglary in the town of Plymouth. State Police noted that a male suspect was also taken into custody with charges pending. The investigation is still underway. They say Gray is also facing the charges of menacing in the 2nd degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree. Both are misdemeanors.center_img New York State Police say 31-year-old Tami L. Gray of Oneida, N.Y. was arrested and charged with burglary in the 1st degree, robbery in the 2nd degree and attempted robbery in the 2nd degree. All are felonies. The police say Gray was arrested following the burglary and two vehicle pursuits. They say the chase ended in the town of Willet after a “tire deflation device” was used.last_img read more

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8 Dec
2020

Binghamton University professor offers advice on how school nurses. parents should sort out flu, COVID-19 symptoms

first_imgVESTAL (WBNG) — With the flu season around the corner, a Binghamton University infectious disease professor is sharing how to deal with the flu and COVID-19 in schools. Kufel says there’s still a lot to be learned about COVID-19.  Since both flu and COVID-19 have similar symptoms,  BU says it’s going to be a challenging to decipher the two.  The university says to look for unique symptoms that aren’t common in both like lost of taste or smell. “We’ve been dealing with this for a litter under year now,” Kufel said. “Where are influenza has been around much longer so we are much more familiar. We know a lot more about influenza.”center_img “To make sure they’re being proactive in monitoring if any signs or symptoms develop,” Kufel said. “And if so, seeking out appropriate testing measures.” Wesley Kufel, a SUNY infectious disease pharmacy professor, says since children are back in school, parents should ask their child if they are showing any signs of the flu or COVID-19. Kufel also mentioned there is testing available that tests both the flu and COVID-19 at the same time.last_img read more

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20 Nov
2020

Facing runoffs, Georgia’s Republican senators ask the state’s top elections official, also a Republican, to step down.

first_imgMr. Raffensperger responded quickly in a statement of his own. “Let me start by saying that is not going to happen,” he said. – Advertisement – Mr. Trump has continued to falsely insist the election was being stolen from him. The move by the senators, who have both been closely aligned with the president, also underscores the infighting taking place among Republicans even as the party braces for a bitter showdown during the January runoffs. Some conservatives fear that impugning the electoral process will depress the vote among Republican voters, who may not turn out if they do not trust the legitimacy of the electoral process. “We believe when there are failures, they need to be called out — even when it’s in your own party,” the senators said in their statement, which did not offer any specific allegations or explain how they believed Mr. Raffensperger had fallen short. “Honest elections are paramount to the foundation of our democracy,” they said. “The Secretary of State has failed to deliver honest and transparent elections. He has failed the people of Georgia, and he should step down immediately.” “Trump is gonna cost the GOP the Senate,” Erick Erickson, a Georgia-based conservative commentator, wrote on Twitter. “His supporters are internalizing that the election in Georgia was stolen so why bother even trying.”In a briefing before the statement was issued on Monday, Gabriel Sterling, the voting system implementation manager for Mr. Raffensperger’s office, sought to debunk the various allegations that had circulated and said the election had run smoothly, despite long lines at times during early voting. He noted that the average wait time to vote on Election Day was two minutes — “that’s unheard of in this state, ever.”“The facts are the facts, regardless of outcomes,” he said, adding, “In this state, this time, this election on Election Day was an amazing success.” – Advertisement – Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler of Georgia on Monday called for the resignation of the state’s top elections official, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, as they accused his office of failing to oversee an honest and transparent election without evidence or citing specific concerns. Their extraordinary joint statement on Monday came as a rift among Republicans in Georgia has intensified as Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s lead over President Trump has steadily grown, pushing the president’s supporters to lash out against Mr. Raffensperger, who is a Republican. – Advertisement – “I know emotions are running high,” he added. “Politics are involved in everything right now. If I was Senator Perdue, I’d be irritated I was in a runoff. And both senators and I are all unhappy with the potential outcome for our president.”Mr. Raffensperger said that the process of reporting results had been orderly and followed the law.The results in Georgia have drawn widespread notice and alarmed Republicans, as Mr. Biden is outperforming Mr. Trump by more than 10,000 votes in a state Mr. Trump won in 2016. Both senators have been forced into runoff races against Democrats, contests that could determine control of the Senate.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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24 Sep
2020

Neville warns Man Utd against Ighalo deal

first_img Reports have linked United with signing him permanently for nearly £20 million. But Neville thinks it is a mistake. read also:Blow for Man Utd as Shanghai want Ighalo back by July “Is ighalo worth £20m?” said Neville, per Metro. “Probably not in this market. “He may have been if he continued before scoring goals but you probably don’t need now to spend £20m.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United great, Gary Neville, has warned the English club against overpricing the deal of Nigeria’s  Odion Ighalo. Loading… Neville is of the opinion that  Ighalo should be let go when the season ends. The Nigerian has impressed in a handful of games following his January loan move from Shanghai Shenhua.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”A Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonPlus-Size Girls Who Set The Catwalk On Fire6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricaneslast_img read more

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