Ferland Mendy: “In Lyon he defended less and attacked a lot”

first_imgFerland Mendy has granted an interview on Real Madrid Television, in which he has been excited in the previous of his second Classic with the white elastic. The side, which points to ownership next Sunday, also explained his relationship with Zinedine Zidane and Karim Benzema and how it has adapted quickly to the demands of Spanish football. Relationship with Zidane: “In my first meeting with him we talked and he told me that he was welcome, that he was one more player of his team and that he showed what I am worth, that he gave everything.”Spanish football and French football: “The difference is that the level of play is higher. When you are going to train it is to work, reach that level as soon as possible and demonstrate it in the matches. Above all, demonstrate your level. The game with the ball is faster , more displacements, more races, that makes the difference between the League and Ligue 1. You can lose against a team that is at the bottom of the table, but plays as one that is at the top of Ligue 1 “.Adaptation: “When you get to a new team it is difficult to let go directly, but I think that game by game I am letting go and I hope to reach the maximum to contribute more in attack. I am more focused on defending well than attacking. In Lyon I defended less and attacked a lot , so I have to find the intermediate point to do it right. “He already shone in the Classic: “I go inside to free Vinicius Jr. He holds the ball, I go deep and passes it to me. Then I see that Karim is unchecked and I do not doubt it, I put a powerful center and he marks. I had seen him before center and I did not hesitate. We know well that Karim likes the ball there and it came out perfect. “Benzema: “I talk a lot with Karim, he gives me a lot of advice and we also talk about how he likes the ball to get to him. I understand very well with Benzema on and off the pitch, so I try my best to give him good balls.” . Ambition: “Real Madrid is the determination to win everything, to get everything. Get each trophy and try to win as many games. Be as long as possible at a very high level. It is the requirement, even when you lose in a training you dislike. When you win, everything is fine. It is the real desire to always win. Even in training it is like that. It does not matter the exercise, you want to win. When you are there, when you train, you want to win absolutely everything. “Segundo Real Madrid – Barça: “It is true that my first Classic was special. I had already played at the Camp Nou with Lyon, but with the Madrid shirt it is another environment, it is different. It is a game that is not lived in the same way as another. It is a match you want to win. “last_img read more

Juve offers a barter for Pogba: Pjanic or Dybala and € 60 M

first_imgThe economic crisis caused by the coronavirus will make many teams tighten their belts once the transfer market arrives. They must choose their objectives well, but it seems that what will predominate are the exchanges of players instead of the high transfers of money. It is less damaging to a club’s financial structure to change its expendable players to footballers who really need it. And this applies even for the largest. 6 Now is the time to sign him and there are two teams in contention: Juventus and Real Madrid. The midfielder knows that Zinedine Zidane loves him and that his salary and advertising revenue could skyrocket even further. But whites are not in a hurry and large additions have been quarantined pending the evolution of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. On the other hand, he has already played for Juventus and knows what he can aspire to now that he would also have Cristiano Ronaldo companion.The Italians are not clear if they could compete with Real Madrid in a fully economic bid, but they believe that they could convince United by means of a barter to which they would also add money. The Italian newspaper talks about an exchange in which Pogba would be from Juventus at the same time that Miralem Pjanic or Paulo Dybala (only one of the two) would become red devil. All this with a sum in between in which the English would enter around 50 or 60 million euros. A difficult offer to reject that would not upset the coffers of either club. Premier League* Data updated as of March 27, 2020 According Tuttosport, This would be Juventus’ strategy when competing with Real Madrid for Paul Pogba. The footballer does not renew with the Manchester United, that you can still exercise an option to unilaterally extend your contract for another year, but the relationship with your agent, Mino RaiolaIt is not good, so a summer outing is expected before letting you escape at zero cost.last_img read more

Bet on Poker Star in Caymanas Park horse racing feature race

first_imgChampion sprinter POKER STAR goes for his fifth consecutive victory at Caymanas Park today, this against five opponents in the 3-y-o and up grade one feature for the Lady Geeta Trophy over 1200 metres.From the stables of 15-time champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, the classy 4-y-o gelding reports to the wicket after winning both races this season, beginning on January 2 with the St Catherine Cup over 1100 metres ahead of CAMPESINO and the Eileen Cliggott Memorial Trophy grade one feature over 1300 metres on February 20 at the expense of PHINEAS.Having been crowned Caribbean Sprint champion on Superstakes day last November, the son of Liquidity-Buyabook has not looked back and it will take a superlative performance from one of his opponents to lower his colours.PERFECT DRAWDespite having to carry topweight of 57.0 kg with Robert Halledeen aboard, POKER STAR will report just as sharp. And coming from a perfect draw on the outside, he looks hard to oppose in this sprint, despite the presence of the consistent UPPA TUNE and the 2014 sprint champion POTCHEEN, both conditioned by in-form trainer Harry Parsard.UPPA TUNE, the mount of promising claiming apprentice Bebeto Harvey from the convenient mark of 52.0 kg, will more than likely set off in front from the number one post position. But I doubt this American 7-y-o horse will be able to escape the chasing POKER STAR in the straight, leaving the back-to -form POTCHEEN, with Jevanne Erwin again in the saddle, to carry the fight late in the race.For obvious reasons, the choice has to be the Alexander Haber-owned POKER STAR.Other firm fancies on the card are BALLON D’OR in the opening race over 1700 metres; the well-forward debutante LOTTERY TICKET in the fourth for maiden three-year-olds; recent winner FORCE DE JOUR to repeat In the eighth; and ROUGH PATRICK for returning trainer Adin ‘Dreddie’ Williams in the closing race.last_img read more

Messi helps Barcelona equal record

first_imgBARCELONA, Spain (AP):Lionel Messi scored with an unstoppable free kick to help Barcelona come from behind to beat Sevilla 2-1 yesterday, a record-equalling 34th game without loss that kept the champions on track to retain their Spanish league title.Sevilla’s Victor “Vitolo” Machin struck first for the visitors in the 20th minute, but Messi curled home his free kick 11 minutes later before Gerard Pique put Barcelona ahead just after half-time.Barcelona equalled Madrid’s record unbeaten streak in all competitions from 1988-89. Barcelona’s last loss in any competition was at Sevilla on October 3.”The record means nothing to me,” said Barcelona coach Luis Enrique. “If we win the title, fine, but, if not, then it means nothing to me.”Luis Enrique’s team is certainly on course to win the league. In fact, they have a chance to repeat their rare treble of league, cup and Champions League trophies from last year.Barcelona’s 10th consecutive Liga win maintained their eight-point lead over second-place Atletico Madrid. Third-place Real Madrid, which lost 1-0 to Atletico on Saturday, fell 12 points behind the pacesetters with 12 rounds to go.Sevilla, which remained dangerous until the final whistle, slipped down to sixth place. Unai Emery’s team will have the opportunity to avenge the defeat when they meet Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final on May 22.”It’s tough for a defeat to strengthen you,” Emery said. “To beat Barca, you have to find that extra something because we are probably talking about the best team in the world.”Elsewhere Sunday, Villarreal eased to a 3-0 win over 10-man Levante to cement their hold on fourth place, while Athletic Bilbao won 3-0 at Valencia in a preview of their Europa League round-of-16 clash.last_img read more

SARA’s anti-corruption, inter-agency ­training seminar launched

first_img– agency signs MoU with FIU for increased cooperationBy Jarryl BryanThe State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) on Monday facilitated the first in a series of anti-corruption training seminars with Government agencies.This came on the same day the Agency announced an amnesty for those in illicit possession of State assets, as well as upcoming cases for misappropriation of State assets slated for court.FIU Head Matthew Langevine, along with SARA Director, Professor Clive ThomasThe Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) was the first of the targeted agencies, with several of its staff attending the exercise at the Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC). Addressing the attendees was SARA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Aubrey Retmyer, who used various examples to emphasise the human impact of corruption and the underdevelopment it causes.Retmyer made it clear that Guyana must clean up its act as developed countries were observing its efforts. He cited an acquaintance’s experience at the Georgetown Public Hospital.“We could make this a far better country than what it is. Our health-care system in this country needs improving. But corruption will cause all kinds of things to go wrong. Two weeks ago, a person I know went to Georgetown Hospital. She went in there with a broken leg. And she died even before getting on the operating table. All they will say, if at all, is sorry. If we were to have a better health system, that would never happen. It’s not because (of) what we have or don’t have, but because our institutions are required to be much stronger and more vigilant.”The “insidious plague”Participants at the anti-corruption seminarUsing a quote that described corruption as a plague, former GRA Customs Head Lancelot Wills stressed the need for such exercises. He also made reference to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC).“Our own Transparency Institute of Guyana Incorporated views corruption as an insidious plague that affects all of our being,” Wills said. “And not through the prisms of what we come to know as normal behaviour, which are in some ways corrupt but rather are outrightly corrupt.“That convention sets out in its basic tenets preventative measures which States should adopt so as to prevent through coordinated policies and establishing bodies, criminalising bribery, embezzlement and other forms of deviant behaviour which lead to undue influence and advantages and undue gain.”MoUA Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was later signed between SARA and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) on Monday. It is understood that at this signing, SARA Director, Professor Clive Thomas announced an amnesty that could see persons who stole and want to voluntarily return State assets being able to negotiate a deal.At an interview earlier in the day, however, SARA’s CEO revealed that the agency would be taking its first batch of cases to court within another month.The MoU in question addresses issues relating to the sharing of information between the two agencies in the fight against financial crimes. Inter-agency collaboration is an important part of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism fight.“We are mandated, I think both by international law convention as well as domestic law, to cooperate because both of us share the same set of goals, and these relate to the reduction of corruption both as a national good and as an international obligation,” Thomas said.He noted that the increasing tendency globally was the recognition that the fight against corruption was a fight for the welfare and well-being of the broad masses of the population of the entire globe. Here, he cited the World Bank, which on its website, makes it clear that public corruption was the single biggest deterrent to development.last_img read more

AMBER Alerts available through text messaging

first_imgPASADENA A new system will allow authorities to send AMBER Alert notices of a child abduction via cell phone text message to any member of the public who wants to register for the service. “The first three hours after a child’s abduction are most critical to recovery,” Pasadena police Chief Bernard Melekian said. “The reality is that an abductor’s vehicle is not necessarily going to be on a highway where the AMBER Alert message boards are most visible.” AMBER Alert is a proven success and has helped rescue more than 300 children nationwide in the last 11 years, according to Pasadena police Cmdr. John Perez. The system, which started as single local program in Texas, is designed to be an early warning system to help find abducted children; it has now grown into a nationwide network, Perez said. The addition of the Wireless AMBER Alert messages has the potential of reaching 190 million people through cell phone messages, he said. Residents interested in receiving the wireless messages can register at www.wirelessamberalerts.org or visit their wireless carriers’ Web site, Perez said. Registered subscribers will be able to designate up to five ZIP codes for which they want to receive the alerts, he added. The service is free and AMBER Alert messages only will be sent to subscribers. “Making child abduction information immediately available to anyone in possession of a cell phone is monumental and certainly narrows the opportunity for and abductor to move around, hide or blend,” Melekian said. For more information on the Wireless AMBER Alert Initiative, go to the U.S. Department of Justice Web site at www.amberalert.com. – From staff and wire reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Agitators, not cops

first_imgGranada Hills No more Fonda Truly a shock to open Sunday’s paper and see a picture of an American traitor – as thought by the vast majority – on the front page of U. Are there no heroes or even semiheroes to grace your pages? Only the ungracious, reconstructed face of Jane Fonda, a woman who sat on an enemy gun pointing toward America? My entire day was thrown off – as I’m sure it was for many – by your promoting a film of this country’s most despised living female. – Paul Vaughn Van Nuys Deserve better Re “Mayor decries violent clash” (May 5): Los Angeles Police Department Chief Bratton assigns more officers to bike patrols. More than 280 officers leave the department in April. Sixty members of the elite Metro B team are removed from field duty. LAPD divisions cannot deploy the minimum basic cars to handle the calls for service. I feel that the inhabitants of this city deserve something better. – Leonard Drayton LAPD Foothill Patrol May 1 rally Those were not “the police.” They were, among others, my son’s sweet high school friend Esteban, who has a wife and a little girl. Esteban and thousands of other decent family men put on the uniform every day and keep us safe, and we thank God for them. They are the best. We citizens know who the good guys are, and we wonder and worry: Who will continue to step up to join the Los Angeles Police Department in the face of relentless media demonization? – Pauli Carnes Woodland Hills Selective enforcement Re “Mayor decries violent clash” (May 5): As evidenced by all the clamor after the May Day melee, Los Angeles city officials expect the city’s police to toe the line in dealing with citizens and illegal aliens. Whether or not the police overstepped policy, the city’s elected officials knowingly overlook outright abuse of authority in another city department. Owners of Los Angeles’ rent-controlled apartments are drastically penalized for any slight infraction of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance. But with impunity, the Los Angeles Housing Department regularly violates time limits established in that ordinance – with no threat of audit by the vaunted city controller. It’s no wonder the supply of affordable housing is disappearing. – Victor N. Viereck Valley Village For the children, sure Re “May Day fallout” and “Follow the money” (Our Opinions, May 6): Mayor Villaraigosa reminds me of another person a number of years ago who traveled a lot, but never was in the town when the riots started. Contributions tell us all we need know about the school race. Does it have something to do with all that money to be let for construction? Don’t tell me it is for children. – Paul C. Kistler North Hills On the other hand I want to make an agreement with the news media. Every time they show photos or footage of the police in MacArthur Park on May 1, 2007, I want them also to show photos or footage of the police at the Bank of America shootout in North Hollywood in 1997. I’m just trying to keep things in perspective, OK? – R.J. Johnson North Hollywood Belligerent reporter Field reporter Christina Gonzalez claims in a meek, mild “victocrat” voice that she had done nothing wrong and was abused by the Los Angeles Police Department. What I gleamed from her own video was that this mild-mannered field reporter became a belligerent, hysterical reporter that afternoon and was not complying with a lawful order from law enforcement. The video clearly demonstrates that she refused a lawful order from the LAPD and became argumentative, and her body language presented a combative stance. That day in MacArthur Park, Christina Gonzalez failed as an unbiased field reporter to observe, record and report and became a willing participant in a violent confrontation against the LAPD. – Dana C. Johnson Los Angeles Abused at embassy Re “An anguished quest” (May 6): What’s worse for Americans than being abused by the communist government regime in China is the abuse that Americans get from the American consulates there. You see, the U.S. State Department hires only employees who come from the Chinese government employment agency. Abused Americans, such as Darren Russell and his parents, have little chance of speaking to an American employee at the American embassy because three-quarters of employees are Chinese. It’s great that Rep. Henry Waxman has pledged to hold hearings on the State Department’s failures. We expect him to change things around. How about having a real labor attach at the American embassy so that American workers aren’t just sucked into the widespread sweatshop system there? – Carl Olson Chairman, State Department Watch Woodland Hills Illegal prisoners Re “Arnold signs bill to add 50,000 prison beds” (May 4): In the whole article, there was not one mention of the real problem facing California’s prisons: the fact that we are housing thousands of illegal-immigrant criminals. Sending these people back to their own country would solve most of our prison overcrowding, and everybody knows it. – David Hall Winnetka The citizens have Re “Changing Times” (Your Opinions, May 7): Apparently reader Mort Sherman has forgotten the riot that ensued from the 1970 National Chicano Moratorium. Journalist Ruben Salazar was accidentally killed when a smoke grenade was fired into the Silver Dollar cafe. (Rosalío Muñoz, who chaired the Moratorium, as of 2004, was an organizer of the Southern California Communist Party.) The Marxist modus operandi of sending provocateurs to rattle the law enforcement officers, so their “cruelty” can be beamed around the world, is still alive and well. (Police Chief William) Bratton may not be able “to defend the indefensible,” but the citizens of this city have. The marches have not garnered sympathizers because the injustice that the people who have entered our country illegally perpetrate on our economy and our peaceful way of living is undeniable. – Maureen C. Wiggins Lake View Terrace `Declare’ not `make’ Re “What founders wanted” (Your Opinions, May 6): Gene Pearcy’s notion that the founders wanted Congress controlling all aspects of war is simply incorrect. The delegates at the Constitutional Convention discussed this issue at length on Aug. 17, 1787, and specifically decided to give Congress the power to “declare” war instead of to “make” war because the conduct of war was, in their words, an executive function. As Federalist Number 74 points out: “The direction of war implies the direction of the common strength, and the power of directing the common strength forms an usual and essential part in the definition of the executive authority.” Where, exactly, are the founders “blunt” about the president simply following “directions of the Congress with regard to the targets or military actions”? – Gregg Frazer Professor of History & Political Studies The Master’s College160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Re “Mayor decries violent clash” (May 5): It seems our mayor is more eager to blame our police than the 50 to 100 agitators who started the violence by throwing rocks and bottles. In my opinion, the police did an excellent job of preventing a more serious riot by dispersing the crowd. If the mayor wants to protect this city from future riots, he should make sure that the agitators are punished, not the police who were doing what they were hired to do. – Bill Zelenka last_img

Neuer in Germany World Cup squad, Sane left out

first_img0Shares0000Germany consider Manuel Neuer to be crucial to their chances of winning back-to-back World Cups © AFP / VLADIMIR SIMICEKBERLIN, Germany, Jun 4 – Germany have included 2014 World Cup-winning captain and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer in their final squad for the 2018 tournament, even though he has only just returned from a long-term absence through injury.But in a surprise omission, coach Joachim Loew left Manchester City striker Leroy Sane out of his 23-player list despite a strong season with the Premier League champions. “Leroy has a huge amount of talent and he will be back in again because from September we will re-double our work with him,” Loew said. “But in his games with the national team he hasn’t quite done the business.”Bayern Munich goalkeeper Neuer made his first appearance since September in the 2-1 defeat by Austria in a rain-delayed friendly on Saturday and showed no ill-effects.The 32-year-old who is considered key to Germany’s hopes of retaining the title had been sidelined for eight months after fracturing a metatarsal in his left foot last September in a recurrence of the same injury he suffered earlier in 2017.Sane was cut from the squad with Timo Werner and the veteran Mario Gomez included as just two out-and-out strikers.Neuer denied his inclusion was a risk, despite his lack of match practice.“I’m not worried. I am no more a risk than any other player,” Neuer said.The ‘keeper said his careful reintroduction had been a deliberate ploy — he didn’t play a single match for Bayern before joining up with the national squad.Apart from an appearance in a specially-arranged match against Germany’s Under-20 team last week, the match in Klagenfurt in Austria was his first full appearance since September.“I always thought I would be going to the World Cup and I didn’t want to take any risk,” Neuer said.“Every training session is a test for me. If I don’t feel good I tell the coach because the success of the team is the absolute priority.”Germany 23-man squad:Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Barcelona/ESP), Kevin Trapp (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA)Defenders: Marvin Plattenhardt (Hertha Berlin), Jonas Hector (Cologne), Matthias Ginter (Moenchengladbach), Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich), Niklas Suele (Bayern Munich), Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea/ENG), Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich), Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich)Midfielders: Sami Khedira (Juventus/ITA), Julian Draxler (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid/ESP), Mesut Ozil (Arsenal/ENG), Thomas Mueller (Bayern Munich), Sebastian Rudy (Bayern Munich), Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen), Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City/ENG), Leon Goretzka (Schalke 04), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund)Forwards: Timo Werner (RB Leipzig), Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart)0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Ronaldo looking better than ever ahead of Juventus return

first_imgBut the Portugese also now stands just three goals short of his best ever tally in a single European campaign, an achievement that would suggest this Ronaldo, aged 33, may even be the finest version yet.His 14 goals so far have come over nine matches and featured doubles against APOEL, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.It means this is Ronaldo’s third most prolific Champions League showing to date already and, with Real almost certain to reach the semi-finals, he is unlikely to finish here.When he posted 16 goals in the 2015-16 tournament and his personal best of 17 in 2013-14, both times Real were crowned champions.“Cristiano is Cristiano, it’s always been like that,” coach Zinedine Zidane said after Ronaldo opened the scoring against Atletico Madrid on Sunday.“There’s no other player in the team that scores like he does.”There is no doubt Ronaldo’s game is now more streamlined and therefore more geared towards goals than perhaps it has ever been before.To preserve his fitness and energy, he accepts less touches and covers less ground. The touches he takes and the spaces he finds are aimed at creating the greatest chance of hitting the net.Even Zidane’s system is suited to accommodating this predatorial Ronaldo, a 4-4-2, with Karim Benzema playing the supporting role and wingers, instructed to supply deliveries into the box.When Ronaldo volleyed in from eight yards against Atletico, it was a simple cross to the back post from Gareth Bale that provided it.In this mould, Ronaldo could be terrorising goalkeepers for a fair few years yet.Zidane withdrew his star player in the 64th minute last weekend, despite the match being delicately poised at 1-1 after Antoine Griezmann’s equaliser.In this combination of pictures, Real Madrid’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo kicks overhead and scores during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg football match against Juventus on April 3, 2018 © AFP/File / Alberto PIZZOLIThe draw keeps Atletico four points clear of Real, and favourites for second place in La Liga, but Ronaldo going off early in a Madrid derby, without any protest, is a measure of how the Champions League is now all-encompassing for Los Blancos.“He is intelligent,” Zidane said about Ronaldo’s substitution. “There are moments where he does not play and others where he does. He needs it, he knows that and he is better every day.”Luka Modric and Karim Benzema were also left out of the starting line-up at the Santiago Bernabeu while Bale played 90 minutes, an indicator the Welshman is set for another European snub in midweek.Bale’s first choice is still to regain favour under Zidane and then stay at Real this summer but his coach is showing little sign of softening. Zidane made three substitutions last week in Turin but Bale remained rooted to the bench.If Real score one, which they have not failed to do in 24 Champions League games, Juve will need four.“We do not cry to each other and we go to Madrid with the desire to have a good race. In football and in life you never know,” Juve defender Giorgio Chiellini said after a 4-2 win at Benevento on Saturday.“The game is long and therefore we will need some balance but to do it will also take a pinch of healthy madness from everyone.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Real Madrid’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo stands just three goals short of his best ever tally in a single European campaign © AFP/File / GABRIEL BOUYSMADRID, Spain, Apr 10 – Cristiano Ronaldo has already broken one record in this year’s Champions League but against Juventus in their quarter-final return on Wednesday he can edge closer to beating a bigger milestone of his own.Ronaldo’s bicycle kick in Real Madrid’s 3-0 first leg victory last week ensured he passed Ruud van Nistelrooy’s feat by scoring in 10 consecutive Champions League games.last_img read more

Man caught with cocaine said it was to keep him awake during relative’s wake

first_imgA man told Gardai he was taking cocaine to keep him awake during a relative’s wake and funeral.Gary Curley, was stopped by Gardai in Co Donegal on suspected drink driving on June 9th last. However, when he was searched, a small bag of cocaine was found in his coat.Curley, a 25-year old father-of-two from 4 Benevenagh Gardens, Derry was stopped at the dual carriageway outside Letterkenny and later charged with possession of drugs.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client had been attending a close family member’s funeral and admitted using the substance.He said his client had an issue with cannabis but not with cocaine.Letterkenny District Court was told the accused had already paid €100 bail money.Judge Paul Kelly said that if Curley agreed to give the bail money to Pieta House then he would strike the matter out.Man caught with cocaine said it was to keep him awake during relative’s wake was last modified: September 28th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:cocainedonegalGary Curleyletterkennylast_img read more