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Perez: United wanted Ancelotti

first_img Ferguson said he hand-picked David Moyes to follow him into the United hot-seat after 26 years in charge. But the then Everton boss may not have been Ferguson’s first choice, according to Real Madrid chief Perez. Sir Alex Ferguson wanted Carlo Ancelotti to succeed him as Manchester United manager last summer, according to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez. He claims Ferguson approached Ancelotti last year to offer him the chance to take over at Old Trafford, but he claims the Italian opted for Real Madrid instead. “I’m absolutely sure (they did),” Perez told Radio Cope when asked if United wanted Ancelotti as their manager. “Not this year, but last year. Ferguson asked him to succeed him.” Former Chelsea boss Ancelotti led Madrid to their 10th European Cup and the Copa del Rey in his first season in charge at the Bernabeu. Moyes was sacked just 10 months into his six-year contract after United failed to secure Champions League qualification for the first time in 24 years. Holland coach Louis van Gaal will take over the helm at Old Trafford following the World Cup. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia

first_imgShare Spotlight Sports Group continues to expand the international publishing services of its flagship subsidiary the Racing Post, announcing that it has entered a content agreement with Russian licensed betting operator Pari-Engineering. Announced as Spotlight’s first Russian language customer, Pari-Engineering will roll-out Racing Post’s translated content services for British and Irish horseracing and greyhound fixtures across its Poolbet.ru domain.Backing the agreement, Pari-Engineering states that integrating Racing Post translated services provides a significant upgrade for Poolbet.ru customers who will now have access to a horse by horse comments and greyhound comments in Russian and English languages.  Pari-Engineering CEO Vladislav Beshkarev, stated: “We are very excited to expand our racing offering with the introduction of Racing Post South African content. As we continue to grow our brand globally our customers can now experience the same great Racing Post content on more territories across our site.”2020 has seen Spotlight Group (formerly Racing Post Group) revamp its corporate structures, to better represent its growing B2B services, formed by Racing Post B2B  (publishing) Apsley (affiliate marketing); ICS ( betting translation services) and ANZ Bloodstock (bloodstock publisher).A reformed Spotlight has marked the international expansion of Racing Post’s B2B services as a core corporate objective, in which Spotlight launched a new football matchday commentary last week, supporting 15 languages.   Spotlight Sports Group Account Director Daniel Smith added: “Racing Post helps global bookmakers enhance and optimise their online offering with bet-prompting content from key racing territories across the world.“Our continued partnership with Pari Engineering means their customers can access Racing Post verdicts and content in a number of territories, enhancing the customer experience. We’re delighted to be furthering the partnership with Pari who is a dynamic provider, offering a complete racing package to their players.” Submit Spotlight Sports takes over MansionBet blog  June 18, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Fitzdares gears up for Royal Ascot with new campaigns June 12, 2020 Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season  August 21, 2020last_img read more

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Alcona does not become a 2nd amendment sanctuary county

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALCONA, Mich. — Gun rights supporters crowded the Alcona County courthouse this morning, hoping to see their county declared a 2nd amendment sanctuary. While there is no legality behind this title, it does show that the county supports gun rights for their citizens.Last week 2nd amendment supporters gathered at Alpena’s annex building to do the same thing, however that decision was tabled until later this month. At Alcona’s commission meeting Wednesday morning, supporters voiced reasons why they support this resolution. Chair of Alcona County Republicans, Carrie Mullins said, “It’s not just about hunting. It’s about protecting one’s self, protecting others, and it’s a god–given right. Up here, that’s one of the things we do focus on. Don’t take our guns.” Over a dozen attendees spoke up during the public comment portion of the meeting, and most of them were concerned about current attempts to change gun laws, especially in Virginia.The board of commissioners voted unanimously to approve the resolution, but before they did, there was a significant amendment added. The word sanctuary had been removed. However, the county’s support of the 2nd amendment was made clear. Because the resolution carries no legal changes, chairman of the board, Craig Johnston agreed that this resolution is more of a statement from the commissioners and Alcona’s citizens. “Well I think the statement is that, as the board of commissioners, we will not tolerate infringements on 2nd amendment rights,” he said. “We’ll be very on guard for that happening. I’m sure this group of people will make sure we’re on guard. If anything comes along we will hear from them.”David Adams is a volunteer with Michigan for 2A Counties and he was the one to present the resolution. He said that, overall, he’s satisfied with the outcome. “Here in Alcona County I believe we’re in good shape. The amended resolution will be sent to Lansing and so forth, and I think that was the main purpose to get the word out that we’re not moving on this issue.”While the board of commissioners voiced their support for 2nd amendment rights in their county, it was decided that Alcona will not become a 2nd amendment sanctuary. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alcona County, Alcona County RepublicansContinue ReadingPrevious Huron Pines making the most of the Emily Min Hunt Nature PreserveNext State of Michigan offers resources about auto insurance laws ahead of July 1 changeslast_img read more

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