RelatedPosts Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Chelsea sink Brighton to make winning start Victor Moses will reportedly return to Chelsea next summer with Fenerbahce “highly unlikely” to sign the versatile attacker on a permanent deal at the end of the season. The 28-year-old joined Fenerbahce on an 18-month loan deal in January having been deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge. Moses has scored five times in 17 appearances for the Turkish giants, who have the option to sign the Nigeria international on a permanent deal ahead of the 2020-21 campaign. However, according to the Daily Star, Fenerbahce are reluctant to meet Moses’s £75,000-a-week wage demands, while the club are also not prepared to pay the transfer fee required to sign him. The attacker has made 128 appearances for Chelsea in all competitions – including 40 outings during the 2016-17 season as the capital giants landed the Premier League title. The former Crystal Palace youngster – out of contract in June 2021 – only made two league appearances in the first half of the 2018-19 season, though, before joining Fenerbahce on loan.Tags: ChelseaFenerbahceVictor Moses
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The first group of primary school pupils from the Municipality Centar started with a free summer school of swimming at the Olympic pool Otoka from Monday, June 22nd. For this sports project for primary school pupils, the Municipality Centar has allocated 8.000 BAM.The swimming school is led by the teachers of physical education Adis Musanovic and Mirza Pasic, from the Centre for Sports and Recreation. The first group is consisted of 29 pupils of third and fourth grades from 11 elementary schools from Centar.‘’Children spend two hours a day at the pool, where we teach them the basics of swimming. The first shift ends on Friday, June 26th, the second shift has the term from June 29th to July 3rd, and the third group of pupils is scheduled from July 6th to 10th. Since there is a large number of children in shifts, we have hired another physical education professor registered at the Employment Service of the Sarajevo Canton’’, said Musanovic.As planned, 105 children aged from third to sixth grade will pass this free swimming school that is traditionally being organized by the Municipality Centar in cooperation with the Public Institution Center for Sports and Recreation. Transport is organized for the students of the summer swimming school.The project aims to enable students to take advantage of the leisure time during the summer vacation for sports activities and to, under the expert guidance of the professors of physical and health education, acquire and master the basic elements of swimming, it was announced from the Municipality Centar.(Source: nap.ba)