Fulham extend Josh Onomah’s contract

first_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth8 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-FlowShocking Robots That Exist And Function Very Similar To HumansEvery Movie Starring Sylvester Stallone From Best To Worst6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch TodayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World Loading… Newly-promoted Premier League side, Fulham have announced the contract extension of Josh Onomah after impressing with the club. The Anglo-Nigerian teamed up with the Cottagers in the summer of 2019 after ending his six-year stay with Tottenham Hotspur. The 23-year-old midfielder delivered convincing showings for the Craven Cottage outfit in his debut campaign with the side. Onomah made 31 Champions appearances for the club to help them qualify for the play-off and played a key role as they secured their return to the English top-flight. The midfielder has subsequently been handed a new deal that will see him remain with the Cottagers until 2023. The club also has an option to extend his contract by another year. Onomah is pleased with the new deal and has promised to continue his impressive performances for Fulham. “I’m delighted. It’s always been my dream to play in the Prem properly, and I feel like I have the chance to do that here at Fulham,” Onomah told the club website. “Thankfully I’ve been offered a new contract which is amazing, especially after the season we had. It shows the faith and trust that the Club has in me, and that’s what you need as a player. “From the first minute I walked in I felt the love from the players, staff, fans, everyone involved with Fulham Football Club. I’m just going to keep going, this is just the start.” Fulham chairman Tony Khan is also delighted the midfielder agreed to continue his stay with his side and hopes he will not relent with his fine performances. “I’m very excited to announce that Josh Onomah has signed a contract extension to the summer of 2023, with an option,” he said. “Josh played a major role in our promotion, he has quickly become part of our Fulham family, I’m thrilled to extend his contract. “We all hope and expect that he’ll continue to contribute to our success in the Premier League! Come on Fulham!” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more


Celades looks for answers

first_imgGoals concededA sangria Valencia is falling apart for the goals it fits. After a first part of the season quite acceptable, maintaining the defensive automatisms that inherited from Marcellin, since Christmas, the team is a strainer. From the Arab Super Cup, Valencia has only left the door to zero twice (Barcelona and Celta) as well as against the two Second B teams (Logroñés and Cultural). The other seven games, Valencia have conceded two or more goals in all matches. Two against Granada and Atlético; three against Real Madrid, Getafe and Real Sociedad; and four against Mallorca and Atalanta. Celades knows that this is impossible. Since Garay was injured, the average number of goals conceded is still more triggered: 14 goals conceded in five games (2.8 average goals received per game). With 25 games played, Valencia has received 37 goals in the league. Only Betis (40) and two of the last three, Mallorca (42) and Espanyol (44) have more goals against this point. In addition, comparing the data with last year, Marcelino’s Valencia conceded last year 35 goals in the 38 games played, the second least thrashed team in the category matched with Getafe and only behind Atlético. To this day, and with still 13 games to play, Valencia de Celades has already conceded two more goals than in the previous campaign. The coach and the staff know that they correct this aspect or the chances of entering the Champions League next year are almost nonexistent. The lesionsThe other reason for the bad streak that crosses the black and white set. For several weeks now, Celades knows that it is no accident. And still find no answers. In fact, the technician has already recognized in a couple of press conferences that they have assessed several issues to gauge the origin of so much muscle injury. A lot of the players have fallen this season with muscle breaks. This together with accidental injuries (Piccini, Carlos Soler, Rodrigo or Garay) show a bleak picture in this regard. In Anoeta, without going any further, Valencia showed up for a direct duel without six starters (Garay, Paulista, Gayà, Coquelin, Rodrigo and Maxi Gómez, the latter by penalty), too many conditions for the team to perform at a good level . Celades has even valued changing the training methodology to avoid more injuries. For the match against Betis, the coach hopes to recover some of them.Two facesIt also seeks Celades answers to the difference between the level that Valencia brings out outside the home with the one it exhibits in Mestalla. While at home, the team has found a good level of intensity and play against high-level rivals, such as Barcelona and Atletico, far from Mestalla the image is unfortunate. Many of the most ridiculous games of recent years have been away from home and in recent weeks (Mallorca, Getafe, Milan and San Sebastian). In addition, Valencia is leaving all its chances of success, in all competitions, away from home: Real Madrid, in the Super Cup; Granada, in the Copa del Rey; Mallorca, Getafe and Real Sociedad, in Liga; and Atalanta, in Champions. Valencia needs to radically change this dynamic because it also has seven games left to play outside (Alavés, Real Madrid, Eibar, Villarreal, Granada, Leganés and Sevilla) and six at home.CostumesOne of the first virtues that was praised to Celades was that it was done with the reins of the locker room in a short time despite the fact that when it arrived, the group was more than united to Marcelino and publicly manifested itself against the departure of the Asturian coach. However, in the last weeks it seems that this communion, with the bad results, is in question. The statements of the president, Anil Murthy, calling him “official coach” also did not help. The flat profile in the press conferences adopted by Celades has raised certain doubts. At the end of the season you will see how far.last_img read more


Big power outage in the South Peace

first_imgResidents in the South Peace from just south of the Peace River to Sunset Prairie in the South and Farmington to the East have lost power.The outage started just after 5:30pm and BC Hydro is currently investigating the cause.  Over 350 customers are without power and may have power again by 8pm.  Residents in this same area were some of the hardest hit during the freak snow storm last weekend.  They lost power Friday evening and didn’t get it back until Monday night.Keep checking this page for more details or visit – Advertisement -**Update:  Power was restored shortly after 7pm Wednesday night.  The cause of the outage is still under investigation. This map shows the location of the outage – BC Hydrolast_img


Letterkenny family promise fund will look after son after High Court battle

first_imgA Letterkenny mum has said she is glad her family’s ordeal is over after her 18-year-old son was awarded almost €3million in the High Court for horrific injuries he received in an accident.Ian O’Donnell now suffers from behavioural and psychological issues after a milk van ran over his head when he was aged 3 in December 2001. Helen O’Donnell, from Glenwood Park, today issued a statement after her family’s court battle.She said “The 15th of March marked the end of a long hard legal battle to obtain justice for our son. We remain at a loss to understand how this case was defended for over 15 years.“However, justice has now been served and a fund shall be put in place to look after our son’s needs going forward into the future.“We are very relieved to bring closure to the case and would like to thank all our family members, friends, the doctors, experts and our legal representative, Seamus Gunn of McCloughan Gunn & Co. Solicitors, and all his team for their help and exceptional professional support over the years, for without them we would not be where we are today.“We are now looking forward to getting on with our lives,” she said.Letterkenny family promise fund will look after son after High Court battle was last modified: March 16th, 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)last_img read more